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trousers British & World English

An outer garment covering the body from the waist to the ankles, with a separate part for each leg

trouser British & World English

Receive or take (something, especially money) for oneself; pocket

catch someone with their pants down British & World English

Catch someone in an embarrassingly unprepared state

combat trousers British & World English

Loose trousers with large patch pockets halfway down each leg, typically made of hard-wearing cotton

short trousers British & World English

Trousers reaching only to the knee, as worn typically by young boys

carpenter trousers British & World English

Loose-fitting trousers with many pockets of various sizes and loops for tools at the tops or sides of the legs

drop one's trousers in drop British & World English

Deliberately let one’s trousers fall down, especially in a public place

wear the trousers in trousers British & World English

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

wear the trousers British & World English

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

drop one's trousers British & World English

Deliberately let one’s trousers fall down, especially in a public place

be all mouth in mouth British & World English

Tend to talk boastfully without any intention of acting on one’s words

catch someone with their pants down in pants British & World English

Catch someone in an embarrassingly unprepared state

overtrousers British & World English

Waterproof trousers, typically worn over other trousers

be all mouth British & World English

Tend to talk boastfully without any intention of acting on one’s words

drainpipe trousers in drainpipe British & World English

Trousers with very narrow legs

a pair of trousers in trousers British & World English

An outer garment covering the body from the waist to the ankles, with a separate part for each leg

trousers English-Spanish

pantalón m, pantalones mpl

a pair of trousers in pair English-Spanish

unos pantalones, un par de pantalones

a pair of trousers in trousers English-Spanish

un pantalón, unos pantalones, un par de pantalones

long/short trousers in trousers English-Spanish

pantalones largos/cortos

anything in trousers in trousers English-Spanish

cualquier cosa que lleve pantalones

ski pants oBrE trousers in ski English-Spanish

pantalones, pantalones

his trousers won't stay up in stay English-Spanish

se le caen los pantalones

I wriggled into my trousers in wriggle English-Spanish

me puse los pantalonescon dificultad

his trousers are perfectly creased in crease English-Spanish

tiene la raya de los pantalones muy bien planchada

his trousers were regulation issue in issue English-Spanish

sus pantalones eran los reglamentarios

he gave his trousers a hitch (up) in hitch English-Spanish

se subió los pantalones de un tirón

my trousers have gone at the knee in knee English-Spanish

se me han roto los pantalones en la rodilla

to pull one's socks/trousers up in pull English-Spanish

subirse los calcetines/pantalones

to pull one's socks/trousers up in pull up English-Spanish

subirse los calcetines/pantalones

the bottoms of his trousers were muddy in bottom English-Spanish

llevaba los bajos del pantalón cubiertos de barro

her trousers were split at the seams in split English-Spanish

tenía las costuras de los pantalones descosidas

I managed to wriggle the trousers on in wriggle English-Spanish

conseguí embutirme los pantalones

wide trousers have come back into fashion in come English-Spanish

los pantalones anchos vuelven a estar de moda

wide trousers have come back into fashion in come back English-Spanish

los pantalones anchos vuelven a estar de moda

the seat of his trousers was shiny with wear in shiny English-Spanish

los fondillos de los pantalones estaban brillantes

he bent over and burst the seam of his trousers in burst English-Spanish

se inclinó y se le rompió la costura de los pantalones


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