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all mouth and no trousers
Alternative form of all mouth and trousers
all mouth and trousers
Superficial, engaging in empty, boastful talk, but not of real substance
bell-bottom trousers
Trousers with a wide flair towards the bottom of the legs, permitting them to be rolled-up above the knee; traditionally worn by sailors
bell-bottomed trousers
bell-bottom trousers
put one's trousers on one leg at a time
To be a normal person

Remember, he puts his trousers on one leg at a time, just like you.

saggy trousers
a style of casual jeans or trousers which have the waistband well below the waistband of the underwear shorts, leaving the top part of these exposed
trousers
An article of clothing that covers the part of the body between the waist and the ankles, and is divided into a separate part for each leg
wear the trousers
To be the dominant partner in a relationship
wearing the trousers
Present participle of wear the trousers
wears the trousers
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wear the trousers
wore the trousers
Simple past of wear the trousers
worn the trousers
Past participle of wear the trousers
trousers
(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"
trousers
(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
trousers
A garment worn by men and boys, extending from the waist to the knee or to the ankle, and covering each leg separately
trousers
Trousers are a piece of clothing that you wear over your body from the waist downwards, and that cover each leg separately. He was smartly dressed in a shirt, dark trousers and boots Alexander rolled up his trouser legs
trousers
to wear the trousers: see wear. a piece of clothing that covers the lower half of your body, with a separate part fitting over each leg American Equivalent: pants (trouse (14-19 centuries), from triubhas)
trousers
The form trouser is used as a modifier
trousers
{i} (British) pants, garment that covers the body from the waist down to the legs having separate parts of the garment to cover each leg
wear the trousers
(deyim) Be the dominant partner in a relationship
baggy trousers
pants which hang loosely
bellbottom trousers
trousers with legs that flare; worn by sailors; absurdly wide hems were fashionable in the 1960s
combat trousers
Combat trousers are large, loose trousers with lots of pockets. He was wearing black combat trousers and a hooded fleece
drainpipe trousers
tight trousers with narrow legs
khaki trousers
yellowish-brown cotton trousers
long trousers
pants which extend all the way to the ankle
long trousers
trousers reaching to the foot
loose trousers
protective trousers
pair of trousers
pants, trousers
wear the trousers
be the authority, be in control (about a woman, usually regarding her relationship with her male partner)
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