In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
masculine plural noun
1pants UStrousers Britishpantalones de pinzas / pinzados — pleated pants / trousers
- ponte los pantalones azules — put on your blue pants / trousers
- se compró unos pantalones — he bought a pair of pants / trousers
- se vuelve loca cuando ve unos pantalones — she goes wild over anything in trousers
- llevar los pantalones — to wear the pants / trousers
- tener / llevar bien puestos los pantalones — to be master in one's own home
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