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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

catch someone with their pants down British & World English

Catch someone in an embarrassingly unprepared state

trouser British & World English

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

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 British & World English

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

wear the trousers British & World English

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

be all mouth British & World English

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

drop one's trousers in drop British & World English

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

overtrousers British & World English

Waterproof trousers, typically worn over other trousers

wear the trousers in trousers British & World English

Be the dominant partner in a relationship

drainpipe trousers in drainpipe British & World English

Trousers with very narrow legs

be all mouth in mouth British & World English

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

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

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

Catch someone in an embarrassingly unprepared state