geta : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n footwear usually with wooden soles
- On clattering wooden geta the little old men who act as newsboys in Tokyo ran through the streets last week shouting an extra.
- But most of the buildings razed have been scabrous shanties along the narrow, unnamed streets trod by geta-ed feet which comprise most of Tokyo's byways.
- She's also taken to wearing traditional Japanese wooden sandals, or geta, with blue jeans.
- Tom LaSorda in Chicago Tribune
But, LaSorda said: "The [DaimlerChrysler] board now has to approve it andthen it goes to the chairman [Dieter Zetsche] for his approval. We hope to geta decision in no more than 60 days."