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English idiom; “To Boot”…”Besides, in addition. For example, ‘It rained every day and it was cold to boot.’ …This expression has nothing to do with footwear. Boot here is an archaic noun meaning “advantage” and the idiom has been broadened to include anything additional, good or bad (Circa AD 1000).”
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