The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
1US(trousers)pantalón masculinepantalones masculinea pair of pants — un par de pantalones
- The women that Isis had a glimpse of wore either bell-bottomed trousers, denim pants, or blue jeans.
- The shirts tucked into tight, ebony brown rawhide pants, trousers designed to keep the warmth in and the cold out.
- Lord I am so grateful for drawstring pants and trousers with elastic.
- He slipped into a pair of dark blue trousers, but the pants were new and the tail opening was tighter than he was comfortable with.
- They wore trousers or pants as opposed to the knee-britches of their social superiors.
- Rachel came to the door in a white tank top shirt and casual jean pants.
- Many Nigerien men wear a flowing, sleeveless brocade gown over a matching shirt and drawstring pants.
- He wore all black by way of a silken shirt, leather pants and combat boots.
- He wore a skin tight black muscle shirt, thick black jean pants, and gauntlets with open fingers.
- Wear a nice pair of classy pants, a matching shirt and elegant shoes, to be on the safe side.
- First of all, suspenders should only be worn with dressy pants, not with jeans or khakis.
- I cannot make him change this format, so I decided to buy him some new pants and shirts.
- She is wearing flannel pajama pants and an old tank top.
- Nearly every other day at school, I wore combat boots, cook pants, a white shirt, suspenders, and a bowler.
- I changed out of my pajama pants and tank top, and into a pair of flared jeans and a blue halter-top, that matched my eyes.
- The stranger was dressed in a dark fur cloak with dark gray pants and an ash vest with a white short sleeve shirt underneath.
- He laughed and gestured to his white shirt, smart black pants, black tie and white cloth draped over his arm.
- We were both wearing quite casual attire - black pants, white shirt, tailored black jackets.
- He was a short-framed man, dressed in a dark-green vest and combat pants.
- She's in a white undershirt and black jogging pants and flip-flops.
2.1(men's)calzoncillos masculinecalzones masculine Mexicointeriores masculine Colombia, Venezuela
- The chaps Tom and I have styled all bought pants or boxers and vests and have all reported back that they are soft, fit really well and that their women think they look much better.
- Many stores now sell bikinis as separates, so you can buy the pants and bra in different sizes to ensure a perfect fit.
- Department store Marks & Spencer is launching an underwear range for men featuring thongs and glittery pants.
- She was dressed in green Marks and Spencer jeans, socks, white bra and black pants.
- I was standing in my bra and pants (both white) and a pair of black ankle socks.
- A 50 year old scientist burnt his private parts whilst using his laptop whilst wearing trousers and pants.
- They have reliably informed us that Chris does NOT wear his pants outside his trousers.
2.3British slang (nonsense)tonterías femininependejadas feminine Latin America informalchorradas feminine Spain informalpavadas feminine River Plate informalleseras feminine Chile informal
- It's not art - it's pants.
- I thought I'd give it a go. Unfortunatly, I'd not looked at the opinions of others on Ciao..........boy, do I wish I had! It's pants. It really is a poor program.
2.4British informal (rubbish)porquería femininethe film was pants — la película fue una porquería
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