Definition of Oxford bags in English:

Oxford bags

Line breaks: Ox¦ford bags
Pronunciation: /ˈɒksfəd
 
/

noun

British
Wide baggy trousers.
More example sentences
  • In their dress men and girls follow European fashions - Oxford bags, berets, sandal shoes.
  • An old school friend, who came back to haunt me recently dug out this old photo of our team - I had hugely bad hair and was wearing Oxford bags.
  • He wore a silk white skirt, creased perfectly into soft linen Oxford bags.

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