Definition of lederhosen in English:

lederhosen

Syllabification: le·der·ho·sen
Pronunciation: /ˈlādərˌhōzən
 
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noun

Leather shorts with H-shaped suspenders, traditionally worn by men in Alpine regions such as Bavaria.
More example sentences
  • Knee-length lederhosen with no stitching cost $500, machine-stitched $785 and hand-stitched $1,320.
  • Sporting fluorescent lederhosen and long blond braids, she coos coquettishly about the lump on her wrist while cranking campy 60s garage riffs out of an amped-up keyboard.
  • Just press the button on the 4-1/2’ long, plastic knockwurst and watch in joyous astonishment as the lederhosen hops around and sings a merry little yodel.

Origin

from German, from Leder 'leather' + Hosen 'trousers'.

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