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Oxford dictionary definition of the word leather:
1 [mass noun] a material made from the skin of an animal by tanning or a similar process:
a leather jacket
(leathers) leather clothes, especially those worn by a motorcyclist:
he was dressed head to toe in black leathers
2a piece of leather as a polishing cloth.
3short for stirrup leather.
[with object] informal, chiefly British
beat or thrash (someone):
he caught me and leathered me black and blue
(as noun leathering)
go, before you get a leathering
strike or kick (a ball) very hard:
Carlos took his customary 20-metre sprint up to the ball and leathered it
Old English lether, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch leer and German Leder, from an Indo-European root shared by Irish leathar and Welsh lledr