- n (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
- n 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
- A Sudanese judge convicted a woman journalist for violating the public indecency law by wearing trousers outdoors and fined her $200, but did not impose a feared flogging penalty.
- But for millions of West Germans, the day begins with Brtchen, the hand-grenade-shaped breakfast roll with a shell so tough that it travels well in trouser pockets and can .
- But it can equally be said that every trouser suit that is designed for women owes its existence to Saint Laurent.
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- Mirror, Mirror: Put some pants on - they're in style again
Pants are back. And this summer, they sure are fun: Polka dots pop on skinny cotton trousers. Denim bottoms are chic yet loud in funky blue toile prints (yes, like your grandmother's china patterns). Pucci-inspired designs turn wide-legged pull-ups into breezy works of art.
June 12, 2013 - The Philadelphia Inquirer
- Marcus Trescothick in Sydney Morning Herald
Trescothick, who also used the mints during the 2001 Ashes, recalled a comical moment in the Headingley Test: "For the first time, as I dived to gather the ball at square-leg, I landed on my side and a shower of Murray Mints spewed out of my trouser...
- Nigel Stepney in Reuters South Africa
They put the powder in my trouser pocket while I was taking a shower,Stepney said without stating who he meant by "they".
- Chris Martin in Q4Music
Kylie is awesome,said Chris. "She's like Girls Aloud rolled into one. And then I took the song apart. Like a Corby trouser press. It's now one of those half-finished models in a garage."