Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Boot"

The meaning of "Boot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Boot it up mean?
A: Usually referring to turning on a computer or electric device.
Q: What does Boot Camp mean?
A: Training camp
Q: What does Boot of the car mean?
A: In England the trunk of a car is known as the "boot" and the hood is the "bonnet", I think.

A "Boot" is also a device that cops and parking authorities put on your wheel then you've parked illegally to hold your car until a tow truck arrives.

Translations of "Boot"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Boot
A: "Boots" en anglais veut dire "des bottes"

"Boot" en anglais peut également signifie "Donner un coup de pied"
ou "expulser"


"démarrer" par exemple, démarrer l'ordinateur - boot up the computer

Other questions about "Boot"

Q: 1. Boot /buːt/ ; good /ɡʊd/
2. /bʊt/ /guːd/

Is it possible that the second kind of sounds exist?

A: I don't think any words have that pronunciation in American English. "Put" is the closest word for /bʊt/ since it's pronounced /pʊt/, but /guːd/ just sounds like an accent on "good."

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