- a type of footwear such as
- the sequence by which a computer is started (short for bootstrap). See booting.
- the compartment at the back of car in which luggage is stored (this is called the trunk in the USA).
(Boots The Chemists) founded by John Boot
is the dominant high-street pharmacy chain in the United Kngdom. The range of products now sold by Boots far exceeds the normal stock of a pharmacutical retailer and it now more akin to a department store
A boots was a (usually very junior) servant whose particular task was the cleaning and polishing of boots and shoes.
Boot can also be used as a verb, meaning "to kick", or as part of the phrase "to give somebody the boot", meaning to forcibly eject somebody from a room or institution.
In computing, booting is the process of starting up a computer.
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