[ US /ˈtɹaʊzɝ/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈa‍ʊsɐ/ ]
  1. a garment (or part of a garment) designed for or relating to trousers
    he ripped his left trouser on the fence
    in his trouser's pocket
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How To Use trouser In A Sentence

  • The battery-operated doll comes complete with walkie-talkie and a wardrobe choice of military fatigues or bolero jacket and gold trousers.
  • With a bit of luck, this will finally spell the end of those unforgiving hipster trousers.
  • There had been a good deal of joking, both Spanish and English, among the passengers; I had found particularly cheering the richness of a certain machinist’s trousers of bright golden corduroy; but as the shades of night began to embrown the scene our spirits fell; and at the cry of a lonesome bird, far off where the sunset had been, they followed the sun in its sudden drop. Familiar Spanish Travels
  • The threatened uniform typically consists of a khaki military tunic with trousers, though in Scottish regiments the trousers are usually tartan or replaced by a kilt.
  • But everything of mine seems so tacky (trouser wise) but luckily, I found a ripper pair in the shop which are simply perfect.
  • Those who had struck it rich wore black woollen trousers and Napoleon boots, and sported silk sashes and gaily coloured kerchiefs.
  • Just look at it - I want to see those trousers on my local librarian. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her trousers were of spotted sealskin, her vest of red fox. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • Besides being the colour of pants worn during training and performing, red trousers symbolize the indentured servitude of children who were bound by contract and often forced to live and train at these schools.
  • Even though he has in effect been sacked, he will trouser a £150,000 bonus.
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