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

The meaning of "Trouser" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “I’d undone my trousers quite early” Does this”undo” mean “loosen the trouser, the belt”? or “he ... mean?
A: Could mean any, or all of those depending on the construction of the trousers in question. 😎😎😎😎😎😎
Q: What does "I like your new trousers. They're very smart" mean?
A: It means the trousers look good on the person wearing them.
Q: What does trousers mean?
A: It is what you are wearing on your legs
Q: What does trousers mean?
A: These are trousers. But in America, they call them "pants". And "pants" in British English are underwear

Synonyms of "Trouser" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trousers and pants ?
A: Oh boy- did that cause confusion when I visited the UK... In America we don't use the term trousers very often, if at all. We use pants, slacks, and jeans to describe different forms of 👖. In the U.K. The term pants is for underwear and trousers for 👖
Q: What is the difference between trousers,pants and jeans ?
A: It depends on where you go. Trousers and pants are the same thing, but American would say pants while people in the U.K. would say trousers. Jeans just refer to pants made of denim
Q: What is the difference between trousers and pants ?
A: In America, trousers are fancy or dressy, and pants are casual.
Q: What is the difference between trousers and pants ?
A: 英式英语中trousers是长裤,pants是内裤 但美式英语中的pants是长裤,相当于英式英语的trousers

Translations of "Trouser"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Who wears the trousers in your relationship
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trousers are folded neatly
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? trouser
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I like your trouser
A: I like your pants.

Other questions about "Trouser"

Q: These trousers are coming apart. Is it alright to dry clean them? I'm afraid we can't pay for them even if any problems occur. does this sound natural?
A: 自然です!Though as always (笑), I have some suggestions for improvement: "These trousers are coming apart at the seams. Are you sure you'd still like them to be dry cleaned as is? I'm afraid we're not able to compensate you if any problems occur." ※ Changing 'pay for' to 'compensate' is the most important tweak here. I also added the phrase */Are you sure/* because it conveys the same sort of nuance as "このまま、……よろしいでしょうか?".
Q: She wears tight trousers and it doesn't really suit her. She must rather dress in green does this sound natural?
A: "She wears tight trousers but they don't really suit her. She should dress in green instead" sounds better :)
Q: wearing flare trousers was booming in the 90s does this sound natural?
A: You could say The popularity of flared trousers was booming in the 90s.
Q: I shrieked when I ziped my trousers. does this sound natural?
A: Yes, though it would be spelled "zipped".
Q: these trousers are a little too loose, I need another tighter does this sound natural?
A: Americans don't often use the word the word trousers, that's a British thing. We say pants. "These pants are a little too loose, I need tighter ones.

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