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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] [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 (enge) Kniebundhose {f}; Kniehose {f}; Reithose {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}

satin trousers; satin pants Satinhose {f}

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

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.]

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]

hard water hartes Wasser

soft water weiches Wasser

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

running water fließendes Wasser; fließend Wasser

stagnant water stehendes Wasser

combined water gebundenes Wasser

dystrophic water dystrophes Wasser

pressing water drückendes Wasser

wetted water entspanntes Wasser

decationized water entbastes Wasser

gravitational water abtropfbares Wasser

aggressive water; corrosive water adsorbiertes Wasser

headsword durch Stollen gelöstes Wasser

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

constitutional water gebundenes Wasser

artesian water gespanntes Wasser

hygroscopic water; hygroscopic moisture; absorbed water hygroskopisches Wasser

primitive water; juvenile water juveniles Wasser

acid water kohlensäurereiches Wasser

muddy water schlammhaltiges Wasser

circulating water umlaufendes Wasser

subsurface water; underground water; subterranean water unterirdisches 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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