trouser

listen to the pronunciation of trouser
Englisch - Türkisch
pantolon

İki pantolon satın aldım. - I bought two pairs of trousers.

O pantolonunu ütületti mi? - Did he have his trousers pressed?

{s} pantolona ait: trouser buttons pantolon düğmeleri
trousers
{i} pantolon

O, temiz pantolon giydi. - He put on clean trousers.

O pantolonunu ütületti mi? - Did he have his trousers pressed?

trouser leg
pantalon bacağı
trouser cuff
pantolon manşet
trouser pockets
pantolon ceplerini
trouser press
pantolon ütüsü
trouser buckle
(Tekstil) pantalon tokası
trouser button
(Tekstil) pantalon düğmesi
trouser hem
(Tekstil) pantalon paça ucu
trouser leg width
(Tekstil) pantolon paça genişliği
trouser lining
(Tekstil) pantalon astarı
trouser pocket
(Tekstil) pantalon cebi
trouser skirt
(Tekstil) pantalon etek
trouser suit
pantolon ceket takım (kadın)
trouser with bib
(Tekstil) bahçıvan tipi pantolon
trousers
(isim) pantolon
trousers
(Tekstil) kumaş pantolon
trousers
şalvar
flared trouser
(Gıda) Bol paçalı pantolon, İspanyol paça pantolon

Flared trousers are back with a vengeance this summer.

pant leg
pantolon bacak
wide leg trouser
bol paça
a wide trouser leg
bol paça
lady's trouser suit
(Tekstil) bayan pantalonlu tayyör
lower part of the trouser leg
paça
pull up one's trouser legs
paçalarını kıvırmak
roll up one's trouser legs
paçalarını kıvırmak
shorten trouser leg
(Tekstil) paça boyu kısaltmak
shortening of trouser leg
(Tekstil) paça boyu kısaltma
trousers
i., çoğ. pantolon
Englisch - Englisch
A pair of trousers

And this is our linen trouser, sir.

To secretively steal an item or money for personal use
Of or relating to trousers

trouser leg.

To put money into one's trouser pocket; to pocket
To remove funds from an organization for personal use
{i} pant leg
garment designed for or relating to trousers; "in his trouser's pocket"; "he ripped his left trouser on the fence
If you say that someone trousers a sum of money, you mean that they receive it, usually when they do not deserve it or should not take it. Many people think that ex-ministers are trousering £25,000 in fees simply for going to a few board meetings a year. to get a large amount of money - used to show disapproval
trouser pocket
A pocket in a pair of trousers
trouser press
electrical appliance used to smooth the wrinkles from a pair of trousers
trouser snake
The penis

one-eyed trouser snake.

trouser snakes
plural form of trouser snake
trouser cuff
a cuff on the bottoms of trouser legs
trouser press
a home appliance in which trousers can be hung and the wrinkles pressed out
trouser press
a piece of equipment that you can keep your trousers in to keep them flat and smooth, often found in hotel rooms
trouser snake
(Slang) penis; one who is reprehensible and has a bad reputation
trouser suit
A trouser suit is women's clothing consisting of a pair of trousers and a jacket which are made from the same material. a woman's suit consisting of a jacket and matching trousers American Equivalent: pant suit
trouser-leg
part of pants were one places the leg, the leg of the pants
in the trouser department
relating to a man's penis

And I know the location of a treasure so splendid that just breathing its name in your ear will bring tears of joy to your eyes and a definite bulge in the trouser department.

one-eyed trouser snake
The penis

Christ, I’ve gotta go and shake the old one-eyed trouser snake, meself.

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
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
trossers
Trousers
trouse

Tom quickly put his trousers on. - Tom quickly put on his trousers.

Tom quickly put on his trousers. - Tom quickly put his trousers on.

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
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
(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
{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
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
The form trouser is used as a modifier
Trousers
stride
trousers
kecks
trousers
trou

Tom quickly put his trousers on. - Tom quickly put on his trousers.

Tom quickly put on his trousers. - Tom quickly put his trousers on.

trousers
strides
trouser

    Silbentrennung

    trou·ser

    Türkische aussprache

    trauzır

    Aussprache

    /ˈtrouzər/ /ˈtraʊzɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'trau-z&r ] (noun.) 1613. alteration of earlier trouse, from Scottish Gaelic triubhas.

    Wort des Tages

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