Definition of Doc Martens in English:

Doc Martens

(also Dr. Martens)

plural noun

trademark
  • A type of heavy lace-up boot or shoe with an air-cushioned sole.

    • ‘This means that it's time to get rid of your desert boots and Doc Martens.’
    • ‘I tie on my black Doc Martens boots and head for the door.’
    • ‘She was still in her boots, brown Doc Martens that she bought on sale at the flea market just last week, when her life wasn't so dramatic.’
    • ‘I still own and wear every pair of Doc Martens shoes I've ever had - my first pair, from 1994, remains in good shape.’
    • ‘I have a tan pair of Doc Martens shoes that look really good with white pants.’
    gumboot, wellington, wader, walking boot, riding boot, field boot, jackboot, thigh boot, half-boot, ankle boot, pixie boot, chelsea boot, balmoral, desert boot, moon boot, snow boot
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Origin

1970s: named after Klaus Maertens, German inventor of the sole.

Pronunciation

Doc Martens

/ˌdäk ˈmärtnz/