- 复数: trousers;
- 形容词: trouser;
a pair of grey trousers
I was still in short trousers (= still only a boy) at the time.
He dropped his trousers.
He was smartly dressed in a shirt, dark trousers and boots...
Alexander rolled up his trouser legs.
Its form construction, drive principle, transmission performance and application future are also introduced.
介绍其形成结构 、 传动原理 、 传动性能和应用前景.
The child's trousers have worn through at the knees.
The two pairs of trousers are mine.
This piece of material may be cut up to make a pair of trousers.
My trousers won't remain up; I've lost so much weight.
She was fashionably turned out in cream trousers and a red sweater.
He asked the tailor to make over his trousers.
The knees of these trousers have been completely worn through.
He stuffed some newspapers down the legs of the trousers to keep warm.
Turning his trousers upside down, she shook out a lot of coins.
Trousers are not blouseed over the shoes today.
The cat kept clawing at my trousers.
I wear these old trousers for knocking around the garden.
These trousers are a bit tight.
The trousers have a fly fastening.
His waterproof trousers were brand new and stiff.
I stood up, brushing crumbs from my trousers.
He was wearing a stripy shirt and baggy blue trousers.
She may give the impression that she wears the trousers but it's Tim who makes the final decisions.
In the 1970s they all had flared trousers.
This month's offers include a shirt, trousers and bed covers.
His sodden trousers were clinging to his shins.
It makes soldiers happy to know that somebody right at the top has been caught with his trousers down.
1. (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"
catch someone with their trousers down
见 pants 条 catch someone with their pants down
wear the trousers
(informal)be the dominant partner in a relationship
jeans, pants, slacks, shorts, trousers