French translation of 'trousers'
(mainly Britain) pantalon m
a pair of trousers un pantalon
short trousers culottes fpl courtes
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Example Sentences Including 'trousers'
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His trousers are corduroy, his shirt a pale blue button-down.THE RHYTHM SECTION (2002)
Sometimes I deserved to be hit, but never because I couldn't keep my trousers done up.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
She was wearing combat trousers, a silk polo-neck, a tight sleeveless jacket, all black.CHAMELEON (2002)
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'trousers' in Other Languages
British English: trousers /ˈtraʊzəz/ NOUN
Trousers are a piece of clothing that you wear over your body from the waist downwards, and that cover each leg separately. You can also say a pair of trousers.
...a blue blouse and white trousers.
- American English: pants
- Arabic: بَنْطَلُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: calças
- Chinese: 裤子
- Croatian: hlače
- Czech: kalhoty
- Danish: bukser
- Dutch: broek
- European Spanish: pantalón
- Finnish: housut
- French: pantalon
- German: Hose
- Greek: παντελόνι
- Italian: pantaloni
- Japanese: ズボン
- Korean: 바지
- Norwegian: bukser
- Polish: spodnie
- European Portuguese: calças
- Romanian: pantaloni
- Russian: брюки
- Spanish: pantalón
- Swedish: byxor
- Thai: กางเกง
- Turkish: pantolon
- Ukrainian: штани
- Vietnamese: quần
Translation of trousers from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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