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bumsters

Translation of bumsters in Spanish:

plural noun

  • (Clothing)
    pantalones (masculine plural) de tiro bajo or corto
    Example sentences
    • Your key allies in the war against bumsters are Kath and Kim.
    • With the bumsters' new focus on butt-cleavage within the society of the naked ape, push-up brassieres will have to compete aggressively to bring attention back to the chest.
    • For years, men have been bombarded with low-cut bumsters, gaudy tracksuits and blinged-up denims.

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