For graduation, I got a new suit and a coat to boot.

NewAmerica

Senior Member
Mandarin
Does "For graduation, I got a new suit and a coat to boot" mean "For graduation, I got a new suit, and in addition, (I got) a coat"?

Thanks in advance
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to boot
in addition. For graduation, I got a new suit and a coatto boot. She got an F on her term paper and flunked the final to boot.

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  • Loob

    Senior Member
    English UK
    Yes, I suppose so.

    It sounds like a slightly strange use of "to boot", though....
     
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