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trousers 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun (plural)
/ˈtrouzərz/,
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trousers, plural;
  1. An outer garment covering the body from the waist to the ankles, with a separate part for each leg


  1. (trouser) (usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately; "he had a sharp crease in his trousers"
  2. (trouser) a garment (or part of a garment) designed for or relating to trousers; "in his trouser's pocket"; "he ripped his left trouser on the fence"
  3. Trousers are an item of clothing worn on the lower part of the body from the waist to the ankles, covering both legs separately (rather than with cloth stretching across both as in skirts and dresses). ...
  4. Jeans (ஜீன்ஸ்) is a 1998 Tamil musical romance film. Directed and written by Shankar and produced by Ashok Amritraj and Murali Manohar, it stars Prashanth, Aishwarya Rai and Nassar in the lead roles. ...
  5. To dream of trousers, foretells that you will be tempted to dishonorable deeds. If you put them on wrong side out, you will find that a fascination is fastening its hold upon you.
  6. A man's garment resembling breeches but longer and without cuffs, from mid-calf length to ankle length, with or without a strap going under the foot. Trousers were a lower class garment, and were sometimes worn by sailors. ...
  7. The British call pants trousers and underwear pants. Like so many other phrases, a Brit will probably know what you mean if you say that you “spilled something on your pants”, but you can avoid confusion (possibly embarrassing confusion in this case) by using these terms correctly.
  8. [pronounced trou-sirs] A long garmet that covers both of your legs, and strectches from the waist to just above the feet. Americans refer to them as "Pants" because they don't know any better
  9. What do you mean you dreamt about trousers? You had a whole long dream and the most significant detail that sums it all up is the trousers? Are you sure you haven't forgotten some huge chunk in the middle? Who was wearing the trousers? Come on, you have to give us more than just trousers. ...
  10. Longish hair at the back of both upper and lower thighs.
  11. part of semi-formal dress during this era.
  12. n. Pants. In the UK, pants are underpants. Here, being "caught with your pants down" has even more graphic connotations.
  13. Higher quality trousers come without the hems sewn. Having a nice pair of trousers means having them fit properly with the correct inseam/out seam. The hems should be finished with an experienced tailor. ...