US: /ˈpænts/
UK: /pˈɑːnts/

English Vietnamese dictionary

pants /pænts/
  • danh từ số nhiều
    • quần lót dài
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) quần dài

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun [pl.]
1 (BrE) UNDERPANTS or KNICKERS: a pair of pants
2 (especially AmE) trousers: ski pants
3 (BrE, slang) (also used as an adjective) something you think is of poor quality: Their new CD is absolute pants! + Do we have to watch this pants programme?
Idioms: bore, scare, etc. the pants off sb (informal) to make sb extremely bored, frightened, etc.
more at ANT, CATCH v., SEAT n., WEAR v., WET v.

Thesaurus dictionary

n. pl.
1 In Britain (men's) drawers, small-clothes, smalls, drawers, underpants, boxer shorts, trunks, undershorts, Y-fronts, briefs, Colloq smalls; (women's) knickers, camiknickers, panties, drawers, bloomers, pantalettes, tights, pantihose, undies:
The baby was dressed in a frilly dress and matching pants.
2 In US: trousers, slacks, breeches, (Oxford) bags, knickerbockers, flannels, shorts, Bermuda shorts or Bermudas, pedal pushers, bell-bottoms, peg-tops, hip-huggers, (blue) jeans, dungarees, denims, Trade Mark Levis, Scots trews; Scots and No. Eng. breeks, US knickers, Colloq cut-offs:
Americans who go into British shops asking for a pair of pants are embarrassed to be offered only underwear.

Collocation dictionary




pull on, pull up | drop, pull down | wet
He was so frightened that he wet his pants.


bra and pants
> Special page at CLOTHES

Concise English dictionary

+underpants worn by women
+the noise made by a short puff of steam (as from an engine)
+(usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately
+a short labored intake of breath with the mouth open
+breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted
+utter while panting, as if out of breath