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jeans British & World English

Hard-wearing casual trousers made of denim or other cotton fabric

Jeans, Sir James Hopwood British & World English

(1877–1946), English physicist and astronomer. Jeans proposed a theory for the formation of the solar system and was the first to propose that matter is continuously created throughout the universe, one of the tenets of the steady state theory

mom jeans British & World English

Women’s jeans of a style regarded as unfashionable or unflattering

blue jeans British & World English

Jeans made of blue denim

mum jeans in mom jeans British & World English

Women’s jeans of a style regarded as unfashionable or unflattering

jeans English-Spanish

vaqueros mpl, jeans mpl, tejanos, bluyines, pantalones mpl de mezclilla Méx

jeans Spanish-English

jeans pl

blue jeans English-Spanish

vaqueros mpl, (blue) jeans mpl, tejanos, bluyines, pantalones mpl de mezclilla Méx

a pair of jeans in jeans English-Spanish

unos (pantalones) vaqueros, unos jeans, unos tejanos, unos bluyines, unos pantalones de mezclilla

these jeans are going at the knees in go English-Spanish

estos vaqueros tienen las rodillas gastadas

these jeans are loose around the waist in loose English-Spanish

estos vaqueros me quedan flojos de cintura

no laves las sábanas junto con los jeans in junto Spanish-English

don't wash the sheets with the jeans

now she comes to work in jeans, whatever next! in next English-Spanish

ahora viene a trabajar de vaqueros ¡adónde vamos (a ir) a parar!

she had worn through the knees of her jeans in wear English-Spanish

se le habían hecho agujeros en las rodillas de los vaqueros

she had worn through the knees of her jeans in wear through English-Spanish

se le habían hecho agujeros en las rodillas de los vaqueros

those scruffy jeans don't fit with your smart image in fit English-Spanish

esos vaqueros asquerosos no van con tu imagen de hombre elegante