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"pantyhose" in British English

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pantyhosenoun [plural]

uk   /ˈpæn.ti.həʊz/  us   /ˈpæn.t̬i.hoʊz/
B1 US (UK tights) a ​piece of ​clothing made of ​thinmaterial that ​covers the ​legs and ​lowerpart of the ​body below the ​waist, ​worn by women and ​girls: She ​bought a new pair of pantyhose. Oh no, I've got a ​run/​hole in my pantyhose.
(Definition of pantyhose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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pantyhoseplural noun

 us   /ˈpænt·iˌhoʊz/
a ​piece of ​clothing made of a ​thinmaterial that ​stretches to ​cover the ​body below the ​waist, ​including the ​legs and ​feet, and that is usually ​worn under ​dresses or ​skirts by women and ​girls: She ​bought a new ​pair of pantyhose.
(Definition of pantyhose from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pantyhose”
in Korean 팬티 스타킹…
in Arabic جَوارِب طَويلة…
in Malaysian sarung kaki…
in Russian колготки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 緊身褲…
in Italian collant…
in Turkish külotlu çorap…
in Polish rajstopy…
in Spanish Pantis…
in Vietnamese tất da chân…
in Portuguese meia-calça…
in Thai ถุงน่องแบบแพนตี้โฮส…
in Catalan pantis, mitges…
in Japanese パンティーストッキング…
in Chinese (Simplified) 紧身裤…
in Indonesian stoking, kaos kaki tipis…
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