[haf-sohl, hahf-] /ˈhæfˌsoʊl, ˈhɑf-/

verb (used with object), half-soled, half-soling.
to repair or renew (a shoe) by putting on a new half sole.
that part of the sole of a boot or shoe that extends from the shank to the end of the toe.
a sole from the shank of a shoe to the toe
(transitive) to replace the half-sole of (a shoe)


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