botas de jebe

botas de jebe
A plural noun indicates that there is more than one person, place, thing, or idea.
plural noun
1. (footwear)
Regionalism used in Peru
a. gum boots
Quítate las botas de jebe antes de entrar en la casa. Están llenas de barro.Take off your gum boots before you come in the house. They're covered in mud.
b. rubber boots
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Llueve mucho. Me voy a poner mis botas de jebe.It's raining hard. I'm going to wear my rubber boots.
c. wellingtons (United Kingdom)
La granjera siempre lleva botas de jebe cuando está en la granja.The farmer always wears her wellingtons when she's on the farm.
d. wellington boots (United Kingdom)
¿Caminas bien con esas botas de jebe que llevas?Can you walk well in those wellington boots you're wearing?
e. rain boots
Los niños llevaban puestas sus botas de jebe y chapoteaban en los charcos.The kids were wearing their rain boots and were splashing around in the puddles.
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