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French knickers

noun [plural] uk   us  
loose knickers (= women's underwear) with wide legs
Translations of “French knickers”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一種褲腳寬鬆的鬆身女裝內褲…
in Russian бриджи, панталоны…
in Turkish bayan iç çamaşırı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一种宽松的女士短裤,裤腿宽松…
in Polish bokserki (= krój majtek damskich)…
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