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underpants

noun [plural] uk   /ˈʌn.də.pænts/  us   /-dɚ-/ (UK also pants)
B1 a piece of underwear covering the area between the waist and the tops of the legs: a pair of underpants
Translations of “underpants”
in Arabic سِرْوال داخِلي…
in Korean 속바지…
in Malaysian seluar dalam…
in French caleçon…
in Turkish külot…
in Italian mutande…
in Chinese (Traditional) 內褲,襯褲…
in Russian трусы…
in Polish majtki…
in Vietnamese quần lót của nam…
in Spanish calzoncillos…
in Portuguese cuecas…
in Thai กางเกงใน…
in German die Unterhose…
in Catalan calçotets…
in Japanese (下着の)パンツ…
in Indonesian celana dalam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 内裤,衬裤…
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