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To boot - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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Besides, in addition. For example, It rained every day and it was cold to boot, or He said they'd lower the price of the car by $1,000 and throw in air conditioning ...

To boot | Define To boot at Dictionary.com

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To boot definition, Archaic. something given into the bargain. See more.

to boot - Wiktionary

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Adverb[edit]. to boot (not comparable). (idiomatic, informal) in addition, besides, also. My boyfriend is funny, and a pretty good cook to boot.

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To boot - Grammarist

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The idiom to boot, meaning in addition or besides, has nothing to do with footwear. This sense of boot is left over from the Old English b t and Middle English ...

meaning - Why do we say "to boot"? - English Language & Usage ...

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Jan 21, 2011 ... The implication of the "to boot" is that the fact that the dinner tasted awful was as disappointing (or perhaps more so) than the fact that it looked ...

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To boot - meaning and origin. - The Phrase Finder

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Meaning. Moreover; in addition to. Origin. This term has nothing to do with footwear. The 'boot' is thought to be a derivative of the earlier 'bat' meaning 'good or ...