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plus fours

noun [plural] uk   us  
trousers with legs that are wide above the knee and end in a tightly fitted strip just below the knee, sometimes worn by men playing golf
Translations of “plus fours”
in Chinese (Traditional) (打高爾夫球時穿的)寬大運動褲,燈籠褲…
in Chinese (Simplified) (打高尔夫球时穿的)宽大运动裤,灯笼裤…
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