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underpants

noun [plural]   /ˈʌn·də·pænts/
B1 a piece of clothing that you wear next to your skin, on the lower part of your body calzoncillos
(Definition of underpants from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

underpants

noun plural /ˈandəpӕnts/
a short undergarment worn (usually by men) over the buttocks calzoncillos a clean pair of underpants.
(Definition of underpants from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “underpants”
in Korean 속바지…
in Arabic سِرْوال داخِلي…
in Malaysian seluar dalam…
in French caleçon…
in Russian трусы…
in Chinese (Traditional) 內褲,襯褲…
in Italian mutande…
in Turkish külot…
in Polish majtki…
in Vietnamese quần lót của nam…
in Portuguese cuecas…
in Thai กางเกงใน…
in German die Unterhose…
in Catalan calçotets…
in Japanese (下着の)パンツ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 内裤,衬裤…
in Indonesian celana dalam…
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