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trousers

noun [plural]   /ˈtraʊ·zəz/ mainly UK ( US usually pants)
A1 a piece of clothing that covers the legs and has a separate part for each leg pantalón a pair of trousers
(Definition of trousers from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

trousers

noun plural /ˈtrauzəz/
an outer garment for the lower part of the body, covering each leg separately pantalones He wore (a pair of) black trousers She was dressed in trousers and a sweater.
trouser- prefix
of trousers de los pantalones a trouser-button That dog has torn my trouser-leg.
trouser suit noun
( British ) a woman’s suit consisting of a jacket and matching trousers/pants; pantsuit ( American) Chaqueta y Pantalones
(Definition of trousers from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “trousers”
in Korean 바지…
in Arabic بِنْطال…
in Malaysian seluar panjang…
in French pantalon…
in Russian брюки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 褲子…
in Italian pantaloni…
in Turkish pantolon…
in Polish spodnie…
in Vietnamese quần…
in Portuguese calças…
in Thai กางเกง…
in German die Hose…
in Catalan pantalons…
in Japanese ズボン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 裤子…
in Indonesian celana…
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