Definición de breeches en inglés:

breeches

Saltos de línea: breeches
Pronunciación: /ˈbrɪtʃɪz
 
, briːtʃɪz/

sustantivo

1Short trousers fastened just below the knee, now chiefly worn for riding or as part of ceremonial dress: a pair of buckskin breeches
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He was still a little mad she had worn breeches under her dress.
  • He was dressed in burgundy velvet breeches, waistcoat and frock, with a silk and lace white shirt.
  • She had braided her hair, and dressed in breeches and tunic, her riding gloves tucked into her belt.
1.1 informal Trousers.

Origen

Middle English: plural of breech.

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