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jeansnoun [plural]

uk   us   /dʒiːnz/
A1 trousers made of denim (= strong blue cotton cloth) that are worn informally: jeans and a T-shirt I never wear jeans to work.

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jeansplural noun

 us   /dʒinz/
pants made of denim (= strong, cotton cloth): I don’t usually wear blue jeans to work.
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Translations of “jeans”
in Korean 청바지…
in Arabic جينز…
in Malaysian jean…
in French jean…
in Russian джинсы…
in Chinese (Traditional) 牛仔褲…
in Italian jeans…
in Turkish kot pantolon, blucin…
in Polish dżinsy…
in Spanish vaqueros, tejanos…
in Vietnamese quần bò…
in Portuguese calças de brim, jeans…
in Thai กางเกงยีน…
in German die Jeans…
in Catalan texans…
in Japanese ジーンズ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 牛仔裤…
in Indonesian jeans…
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