Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pants"

The meaning of "Pants" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you really wear the pants around here. mean?
A: The person who wears the pants is the boss.

Think way back to the days when men wore pants and women wore dresses. During that time, men made the money and the rules.
Q: What does crabby pants

mean?
A: It's something you may say to a child when they are in a bad mood.

Child: "I don't want to go to school!"
Mom: "Well, good morning Mr. Crabby Pants."
Q: What does what does my pants are tight mean as an idiom not litetally? mean?
A: I have seen the idiom meaning as worried, tight is slang for cool but as an idiom it is worried, does this make sense?
Q: What does pooping pants mean?
A: It means the person has basically "gone to the washroom" in their pants. This is usually a joke, but sometimes they mean it... You'll probably know when they mean it by the smell 😂
Q: What does Your pants are pinching mean?
A: @dkj: The pants are too tight.

Example sentences using "Pants"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'to be pants'.
A: 'It's absolute pants!' = it's rubbish
Q: Please show me example sentences with you'll wet your pants..
A: "Did you see the video david posted on facebook? It was sooo hilarious you'll wet your pants!"

"I'll never play resident evil again. It was so scary I almost peed my pants"

:)

Synonyms of "Pants" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pants and underwear ?
A: In American and Australian English pants means trousers, so outerwear such as jeans. In British English pants means underwear only. Whereas I would call trousers pants and underwear 'undies' because I am Australian, in the U.K. pants refers only to underwear.
Q: What is the difference between pants and trousers ?
A: In the UK, "pants" are underwear, and "trousers" are what you wear over your underwear.

(In the US, the word "trousers" isn't used and "pants" are what you wear over your underwear.)
Q: What is the difference between pants and trousers ?
A: both pants and trousers you can use, they are all the same ,the only difference is that in the USA they speaks pants and trousers is used in the UK
Q: What is the difference between pants and trousers ?
A: Both are same...u can use both of them.
Q: What is the difference between pants and underwear ?
A: "Pants/shorts" are something you wear to cover the lower half of your body when in public.

"Underwear" go on before the pants and just cover you're ass and balls.

Translations of "Pants"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "Put on your pants." or "Put your pants on."
which one is right?
Put on sth or Put sth on,
turn on sth or turn sth on
A: They are both correct. "Put your pants on" sounds more natural to me, personally.

"Turn that light on" also seems more natural than "Turn on that light." But again, both are correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pants
A: Trousers
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pants
A: Pants (UK) = Underwear (US)
Trousers (UK) = Pants (US)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say pants that is "thick" ? You know in winter, you wear pants with thicker fabric.
A: Snow pants. The big puffy ones right? With all the padding? Like people wear when snowboarding.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pants
A: Trousers?

Other questions about "Pants"

Q: This is a pants or these are pants?

Which is correct to say?
A: These are pants.
(Pants are considered plural)
Q: bring up the pants/pull up the pants/hitch the pants Does this sound natural?
A: pull up your pants
Q: Not that warm to wear short pants Does this sound natural?
A: It would be more natural to say:
"It's not warm enough to wear shorts."
Q: 'Those pants are pants.' What does the second pants mean? A online slang dictionary says it can be 'of poor quality'. But my textbook says it means 'hard to tackle'. Which one is right?
A: The first is correct it basically means that they are bad or rubbish
Q: I can't zip up my pants' zipper, it must be stuck. Now I have to figure out a way to (unstrike) it? Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "I can't zip up my pants, the zipper must be stuck. Now I gotta (informal way to say "have to") figure out how to get it unstuck.

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