Boot definition

Boot means something acquired or forfeited to equalize a trade.
Boot means a lockable road wheel clamp or similar vehicle immobilization device that is designed to immobilize a parked vehicle and prevent its movement until the device is unlocked or moved.

Examples of Boot in a sentence

  • No person in the employment of Boot and Son has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

  • Colleagues, before we go on today, I’d like to welcome back former Member of the Legislative Assembly, former Premier, Member for Inuvik Boot Lake who sat in the 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Legislative Assemblies, Mr. Floyd Roland.---ApplauseGood to see you back in the House, Floyd.

  • In addition, Captain Katrales informed the Board that they will attend the County Fair to solicit donations for the Fill the Boot Fundraiser for Muscular Dystrophy.

  • This Boot Camp will provide our members the opportunity to train before the games and take their skills to the next level and prepare their equipment Accessible Marina ProgramAfter Salmon-A-Rama, PVA-WI has launched an initiative to create accessible marinas throughout Wisconsin.

  • If Independent Contractor does not pass, Independent Contractor has one weeks after he/she take the Boot Camp to take a make up test.

More Definitions of Boot

Boot means money and other property (within the meaning of Code Section 361(b)).
Boot means an accordion-like tubular cover used over the spout of a gasoline nozzle to provide a return-path for gasoline vapors displaced during refueling.
Boot means Build, Own, Operate and Transfer.
Boot means “cash or property that is not like-kind property.” DEP’T OF THE TREASURY, IRS, INTERNAL REVENUE BULLETIN: BULLETIN NO. 2005-7, at 529 (2005), available at
Boot means a device which clamps and locks on to a wheel of the vehicle and impedes movement of the vehicle.
Boot means Build, Own, Operate and Transfer contracts