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(pair of) trousers [Br.]; (pair of) pants [Am.]; trews [Br.] [coll.]; strides [Br.] [coll.]; kecks [Br.] [coll.]; daks [Austr.] [coll.]; rammies [Austr.] [coll.]; reach-me-downs [dated]; britches [Am.] [coll.] [dated] [listen] [listen] lange Hose {f}; Hose {f} [textil.] [listen]

trousers; pants [listen] [listen] Hosen {pl}

cotton trousers [Br.]; cotton pants [Am.] Baumwollhose {f}

pleat-front trousers [Br.]; pleated trousers [Br.]/pants [Am.]; trousers [Br.]/pants [Am.] with front pleats Bundfaltenhose {f}

Capri trousers [Br.]; Capri pants [Am.] Caprihose {f}

cargo trousers [Br.]; cargo pants [Am.]; cargoes [coll.]; combat trousers [Br.]; combat pants [Am.]; combats [coll.] Cargohose {f}; Kampfhose {f}

3/4 length trousers [Br.]; 3/4 length pants [Am.] Dreiviertelhose {f}

slacks; chinos; chino trousers [Br.]; chino pants [Am.] Freizeithose {f}; Chinohose {f}; Chino {f}

high-water trousers [Br.]; high-water pants [Am.]; floods [Am.] Hochwasserhose {f} [humor.]

low-rise trousers [Br.]; low-rise pants [Am.]; hip-huggers; hipsters [Br.] Hüfthose {f}; tiefgeschnittene Hose {f}

wedge-shaped trousers [Br.]; wedge pants [Am.] Keilhose {f}

knee breeches; breeches; britches [Am.] [coll.] (enganliegende) Kniebundhose {f}; Kniehose {f}

knickerbockers; knickers (lockere) Kniebundhose {f}; Kniehose {f}; Knickerbocker {pl}

corduroy trousers [Br.]; corduroy pants [Am.] Kordhose {f}; Cordhose {f}; Manchester-Hose {f} [Nordwestdt.]; Schnürlsamthose {f} [Ös.]

leather shorts (with H-shaped braces); lederhosen kurze Trachtenlederhose {f}; kurze Lederhose {f}; Lederne {f} [Bayr.] [Ös.] [ugs.]; Seppelhose {f} [Norddt.] [ugs.] (mit H-Trägern)

leather trousers [Br.]; leather pants [Am.] (modische) Lederhose {f}

pantaloons Pantalons {pl} [hist.]

bloomers Pluderhose {f}; Pumphose {f}; Flatterhose {f}

harem pants; yoga pants; pantaloons Pluderhose {f} für Damen

cycling shorts; cycle shorts Radlerhose {f}

splash trousers [Br.]; splash pants [Am.] Regenhose {f}; Matschhose {f} (bei Kindern)

horse riding breeches; riding breeches; riding britches [Am.] [coll.] Reithose {f}; Stiefelhose {f}

jodhpur trousers [Br.]; jodhpur pants [Am.]; jodhpurs lange Reithose {f}; Jodhpur-Reithose {f}

satin trousers; satin pants Satinhose {f}

baggy trousers [Br.]; baggy pants [Am.] Schlabberhose {f}; schlotternde Hose {f}

bell-bottom trousers [Br.]; bell-bottomed trousers [Br.]; bell-bottomed plants [Am.]; bell-bottoms; flares Schlaghose {f}; Glockenhose {f} [Ös.]; ausgestellte Hose {f}

ski trousers [Br.]; ski pants [Am.] Skihose {f}

ski salopettes Skihose / Schihose mit Hosenträgern; Schneehose mit Hosenträgern

stirrup trousers [Br.]; stirrup pants [Am.] Steghose {f} [sport]

tracksuit bottoms [Br.]; jogging bottoms [Br.]; sweatpants [Am.]; tracksuit pants [Am.]; jogging pants [Am.] Trainingshose {f}; Trainerhose {f} [Schw.]; Jogginghose {f}

all-weather trousers; all-weather pants wetterfeste Hose

all-season trousers; all-season pants Hose für jede Jahreszeit

to find a pair of trousers that fit perfectly [Br.] eine Hose finden, die wie angegossen sitzt

the ideal pair of pants for golfers [Am.] die ideale Hose für Golfer

pants [Br.]; underpants [Am.] [listen] Unterhose {f}; Unterhosen {pl}

warmers lange Unterhosen

(pair of) short trousers [Br.]; short pants [Am.]; shorts [listen] kurze Hose {f}; Short {f}; Shorts {pl} [textil.]

very short women's shorts; hot pants; hotpants knappe Damenshort; Hotpants

daisy dukes abgeschnittene Jeansshort für Damen

to wear a pair of shorts; to wear shorts eine kurze Hose anhaben / tragen

swim pants Badeleggins {pl}; Schwimmleggins {pl} [textil.]

to have made a mess in one's pants; to be in a blue funk [Am.]; to be scared shitless [vulg.]; to be pissing in one's pants (from fear) Bammel haben; Schiss [slang] haben; (aus Angst) die Hosen voll haben [übtr.] {v}

smart alec [Br.]; smart aleck [Am.]; smarty-pants; smarty; clever clogs [Br.]; clever Dick [Br.]; know-all [Br.]; know-it-all [Am.]; wise guy [Am.]; wiseacre [Am.] [dated]; wisenheimer; weisenheimer [Am.] [coll.] [listen] Besserwisser {m}; Schlauberger {m}; Schlaumeier {m}; Neunmalkluger {m} [Norddt.] [Mitteldt.]; Klugschnacker {m} [Norddt.]; Gescheitmeier {m} [Bayr.]; Gscheithaferl {n} [Bayr.]; Obergscheiter {m} [Ös.]

backseat driver [fig.] jemand, der überall dreinredet [pej.]

trousers pleat [Br.]; pants pleat [Am.] Bundfalte {f} (bei einer Hose) [textil.]

trousers pleats; pants pleats Bundfalten {pl}

fencing breeches [Br.]; fencing pants [Am.] (fencing) Fechthose {f} (Fechten) [sport]

to wrong-foot sb.; to catch sb. on the hop [Br.]; to catch sb. with their trousers down [Br.]; to catch sb. with their pants down [Am.] [fig.] jdn. auf dem falschen Fuß erwischen; jdn. kalt erwischen {vt} [übtr.] (unvorbereitet treffen)

The company was wrong-footed by the oil price slump. Der Absturz des Ölpreises hat die Firma auf dem falschen Fuß erwischt.

seat of the trousers; seat of the pants Hosenboden {m}

to knuckle down to it sich auf den Hosenboden setzen [übtr.]

trouser pocket [Br.]; pants pocket [Am.] Hosentasche {f}; Hosensack {m} [Westdt.] [Süddt.] [Westös.] [Schw.] [textil.]

trouser pockets; pants pockets Hosentaschen {pl}; Hosensäcke {pl}

to be a smart-ass [listen] ein Klugscheißer sein

to wear the trousers [Br.]; to wear the pants [Am.] [fig.] das Sagen haben; der Herr im Haus sein; die Hosen anhaben [übtr.] {v}

to show someone who is wearing the trousers/pants around here jdm. zeigen, wer hier der Herr im Haus ist

Keep your shirt on! [coll.]; Keep your pants on! [Am.] [coll.] Reg' dich wieder ab!; Komm mal wieder runter!; Krieg dich wieder ein! [ugs.]

trousers [eBr.]; pants [Am.] [listen] [listen] Stoffhose {f}

dress pants (for formal occasions) [Am.] Stoffhose {f}

rolling on the floor laughing so hard I wet my pants /ROTFLSHIWMP/ sich auf dem Boden kugeln vor Lachen und in die Hosen machen

waistband Bund {m} [textil.] [listen]

waistbands Bünde {pl}

elastic waistband Gummibund {m}

trousers waistband [Br.]; pants waistband [Am.] Hosenbund {m}

skirt waistband Rockbund {m}

drawer [listen] Schubfach {n}; Schublade {f}; Schubkasten {m}; Lade {f} [listen]

drawers Schubfächer {pl}; Schubladen {pl}; Schubkästen {pl}; Laden {pl}

top drawer oberstes Schubfach

not to fit in any category in keine Schublade passen [übtr.]

That's absolute trash/pants [Br.]. Das ist unterste Schublade.; Das ist Niveaulimbo. [übtr.]

water [listen] Wasser {n} [listen]

gravitational water abtropfbares Wasser

aggressive water; corrosive water adsorbiertes Wasser

purified water; distilled water; aqua purificata destilliertes Wasser; Aqua purificata

pressing water drückendes Wasser

dystrophic water dystrophes Wasser

wetted water entspanntes Wasser

decationized water entbastes Wasser

running water fließendes Wasser; fließend Wasser

connate water; fossil water fossiles Wasser; fossiles Grundwasser [geol.]

external water; other water Fremdwasser {n}

combined water gebundenes Wasser

constitutional water gebundenes Wasser

artesian water gespanntes Wasser

hard water hartes Wasser

hygroscopic water; hygroscopic moisture; absorbed water hygroskopisches Wasser

primitive water; juvenile water juveniles Wasser

acid water kohlensäurereiches Wasser

muddy water schlammhaltiges Wasser

stagnant water stehendes Wasser

circulating water umlaufendes Wasser

subsurface water; underground water; subterranean water unterirdisches Wasser

soft water weiches Wasser

headsword durch Stollen gelöstes Wasser

waterborne auf dem Wasser; zu Wasser

afloat über Wasser

can't hold a candle to sb. [fig.] jdm. nicht das Wasser reichen können [übtr.]

to tread water Wasser treten (beim Schwimmen)

to paddle (in kneippism) Wasser treten (bei der Kneippkur)

to take the waters [Br.] Wasseranwendungen durchführen (Heilquelle)

Where there is water, there is life. Wo Wasser ist, ist Leben.

They still put their trousers [Br.] / pants [Am.] on one leg at a time (like everybody else / just like you/we do). [fig.] Die kochen auch nur mit Wasser. [übtr.]

to sue sth. out etw. gerichtlich/bei Gericht erwirken {vt} [jur.]

to sue out a writ eine gerichtliche Verfügung erwirken

to sue out a pardon for a prisoner für einen Häftling einen Straferlass erwirken

to sue sth. out of sb. sich etw. von jdm. auf dem Klageweg/mit einer Klage holen [jur.]

to sue the hell/living daylights out of sb.; to sue the pants off sb. [Am.] jdn. in Grund und Boden klagen

to sue it out die Sache vor Gericht ausfechten

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