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combat trousers

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Definition of combat trousers in English:

plural noun

Loose trousers with large patch pockets halfway down each leg, typically made of hard-wearing cotton.
Example sentences
  • A jungle theme is apparent throughout with net tops for men and women and combat trousers with bell and bottoms for blokes.
  • And she's the first person I've ever seen who looks splendid in ruched combat trousers.
  • The second is aged between 30 to 40, squat, of stocky build and wearing a black shirt, green combat trousers and boots.

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