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wear the trousers

UK ( US wear the pants) informal
(especially of a woman) to be the person in a relationship who is in control and who makes decisions for both people (尤指女性)掌權當家,佔主導地位 Brian may seem bossy, but I'll tell you it's Lisa that really wears the trousers in that relationship. 布萊恩可能看起來比較專橫,但我告訴你,他們兩個中真正說了算的是麗莎。 Controlling and being in charge
Translations of “wear the trousers”
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指女性)掌权当家,占主导地位…
(Definition of wear the trousers from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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