rubbers

rubbers

n. (AE)

rubber overshoes

1) to put on; wear rubbers

2) a pair of rubbers

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wear rubbers
(AE) ['rubber overshoes'] to put on
a pair of rubbers

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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