Boot

Boot,

Definition of Boot:

  1. A navy or marine recruit.

  2. Start (a computer) and put it into a state of readiness for operation.

  3. The process of starting a computer and putting it into a state of readiness for operation.

  4. Place a Denver boot on (an illegally parked car).

  5. Kick (something) hard in a specified direction.

  6. A sturdy item of footwear covering the foot, the ankle, and sometimes the leg below the knee.

  7. Computing: See booting.

  8. Taxation: Money or property the inclusion of which converts a non-taxable exchange into a taxable one, to the extent of its fair market value or the gain realized on transfer.

  9. Law: Money or other consideration paid to compensate for an unfair exchange.

  10. A hard kick.

  11. An enclosed space at the back of a car for carrying luggage or other goods; a trunk.

Synonyms of Boot

Gumboot, Wellington, Wader, Walking boot, Riding boot, Field boot, Jackboot, Thigh boot, Half-boot, Ankle boot, Pixie boot, Chelsea boot, Balmoral, Desert boot, Moon boot, Snow boot, Kick, Punt, Bunt, Strike with the foot, Tap, Naval Reservist, Procrustean bed, Royal Marine, Seabee, Abecedarian, Additionally, Alphabetarian, Also, Apprentice, Articled clerk, As well, Avail, Bang, Bed of Procrustes, Beginner, Besides, Bloomer, Blooper, Blow, Bluejacket, Bobble, Bonehead play, Boner, Bonnet, Boo-boo, Boob stunt, Booting out, Boots, Bounce, Break, Breech, Bump, Bust, Cadet, Calcitration, Can, Cap, Cashier, Cashiering, Catechumen, Charge, Chaussure, Cloak, Clodhoppers, Coat, Coif, Colt, Conge, Conscript, Debutant, Defenestration, Defrock, Degrade, Demote, Deplume, Deposal, Depose, Deprive, Detrusion, Disbar, Discharge, Disemploy, Disemployment, Dismiss, Dismissal, Displace, Displacing, Displume, Draft, Drafted man, Draftee, Drop a brick, Drop kick, Drop the ball, Drum out, Drumming out, Duff, Dumb trick, Eject, Ejection, Ejectment, Enlistee, Enrollee, Entrant, Expel, Expulsion, Extrusion, Fire, Firing, Fledgling, Fluff, Flush, Fool mistake, Footgear, Footwear, Foozle, Forced separation, Foul up, Foul-up, Freshman, Frock, Frogman, Furlough, Furloughing, Give the ax, Give the gate, Gob, Goof, Gown, Greenhorn, Gunboats, Hat, Help, Hood, Horse marine, Howler, Ignoramus, In addition, Inductee, Initiate, Into the bargain, Iron heel, Jacket, Jettison, Jollies, Jolly, Kick, Kick upstairs, Kicking, Kicking downstairs, Knee, Lay off, Layoff, Let go, Let out, Levy, Lift, Louse up, Louse-up, Make redundant, Mantle, Marine, Midshipman, Midshipmite, Moreover, Muck up, Muck-up, Naval cadet, Navy man, Neophyte, Novice, Novitiate, Obtrusion, Ouster, Ousting, Pattens, Pension off, Pink slip, Place kick, Postulant, Pratfall, Probationer, Probationist, Profit, Propel, Pull a boner, Punt, Push, Quiver, Rack, Raw recruit, Read out of, Recruit, Rejection, Release, Removal, Remove, Replace, Retire, Retirement, Rookie, Rush, Rush of emotion, Sabots, Sack, Scarpines, Screamer, Screw, Screw up, Screw-up, Selectee, Sensation, Separate forcibly, Shirt, Shiver, Shoe, Shoes, Shove, Shudder, Sock, Stocking, Strip, Superannuate, Surge of emotion, Surplus, Surplusing, Suspend, Suspension, Swabbie, Tenderfoot, The ax, The boot, The bounce, The gate, The sack, Thrill, Throwing out, Thumbscrew, Ticket, Tingle, Tingling, Titillation, To boot, Too, Trainee, Tremor, Tremor of excitement, Turn off, Turn out, Tyro, Unfrock, Walking papers, Wallop, Wheel, Wooden shoes, Kick, Blow, Knock, Start up, Fire up, Prepare, Ready, Make ready

How to use Boot in a sentence?

  1. I was going to stop and show him what was in the boot but I thought better of it.
  2. When I booted the computer I heard a extremely loud rattle.
  3. A boot disk.
  4. The computer would not boot and it took us a long time before we could actually find the files we needed for the deal.
  5. You may need to give someone the boot if they are always causing problems or never show up to work on time.
  6. You need to be able to boot your computer quickly if it is acting up and you need to work on something right then.
  7. This winters stylish footwear, from ankle boots to sneakers, will have you praying for more days of snowfall.

Meaning of Boot & Boot Definition