What is a shoemaker?
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What is a shoemaker?

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A shoemaker is a person who designs, makes or repairs shoes. "Shoemaker" is also a kitchen term that refers to a poor cook. A shoemaker can be someone who carelessly puts meals together.

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Shoemakers use a tool called a last to make shoes. A last is in the shape of a human foot and is used to mold the shoe. Other tools such as knives, scissors and machine presses are also used to make shoes.

In the kitchen, a person can be called a shoemaker if he simply puts food on a plate with no regard for style or presentation.

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