Definition of 'denims'
Example sentences containing 'denims'
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He wore denims and an old oilskin coat, and a seaman's cap shaded calm, expressionless eyes. THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)Italian silk, American denims, a rainforest wristband and sneaker shoes they reckon might have come from somewhere east of India. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2002)
Trends of 'denims'
Used Rarely. denims is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'denims'
British English: denims /ˈdɛnɪmz/ NOUN
Denims are casual trousers made of denim.
She was dressed in blue denims.
- American English: denims
- Arabic: سِرْوالٌ مِن قُمَاشِ الدِينم
- Brazilian Portuguese: tecido denim jeans
- Chinese: 工装裤
- Croatian: traperice
- Czech: rifle
- Danish: jeans
- Dutch: spijkerbroek
- European Spanish: vaqueros material
- Finnish: farkut
- French: jean
- German: Jeans
- Greek: ντένιμ ρούχο
- Italian: pantaloni in denim
- Japanese: ジーンズ
- Korean: 데님제 옷
- Norwegian: olabukser
- Polish: dżinsy
- European Portuguese: gangas jeans
- Romanian: blugi
- Russian: джинсы
- Spanish: jeans
- Swedish: jeans
- Thai: ผ้ายีนส์
- Turkish: kot
- Ukrainian: джинси
- Vietnamese: quần jeans may bằng vải bông chéo
Definition of denims from the Collins English Dictionary
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