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Pants vs. Pant

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Pantsnoun

An outer garment that covers the body from the waist downwards, covering each leg separately, usually as far as the ankles; trousers.

Pantnoun

A quick breathing; a catching of the breath; a gasp.

Pantsnoun

An undergarment that covers the genitals and often the buttocks and the neighbouring parts of the body; underpants.

Pantnoun

(obsolete) A violent palpitation of the heart.

Pantsnoun

Rubbish; something worthless.

‘You're talking pants!’; ‘The film was a load [or pile] of pants.’;

Pantnoun

(fashion) A pair of pants trousers or underpants.

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Pantsadjective

Of inferior quality, rubbish.

‘Your mobile is pants — why don’t you get one like mine?’;

Pantnoun

(used attributively as a modifier) Of or relating to pants.

‘Pant leg’;

Pantsnoun

A garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately.

Pantnoun

a public drinking fountain in Scotland and North-East England

Pantsnoun

Underpants.

Pantverb

(ambitransitive) To breathe quickly or in a labored manner, as after exertion or from eagerness or excitement; to respire with heaving of the breast; to gasp.

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Pantsnoun

Underpants worn by women; panties.

Pantverb

(intransitive) To long eagerly; to desire earnestly.

Pantsnoun

(usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately;

‘he had a sharp crease in his trousers’;

Pantverb

To long for (something); to be eager for (something).

Pantsnoun

(usually in the plural) underpants worn by women;

‘she was afraid that her bloomers might have been showing’;

Pantverb

(intransitive) Of the heart, to beat with unnatural violence or rapidity; to palpitate.

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Pantsnoun

underpants or knickers.

Pantverb

(intransitive) To sigh; to flutter; to languish.

Pantsnoun

trousers

‘corduroy pants’; ‘wide pant legs’;

Pantverb

(intransitive) To heave, as the breast.

Pantsnoun

rubbish; nonsense

‘he thought we were going to be absolute pants’;

Pantverb

(intransitive) To bulge and shrink successively, of iron hulls, etc.

Pantverb

To breathe quickly or in a labored manner, as after exertion or from eagerness or excitement; to respire with heaving of the breast; to gasp.

‘Pluto plants for breath from out his cell.’;

Pantverb

To long eagerly; to desire earnestly; - often used with for or after.

‘As the hart panteth after the water brooks.’; ‘Who pants for glory finds but short repose.’;

Pantverb

To beat with unnatural violence or rapidity; to palpitate, or throb; - said of the heart.

Pantverb

To sigh; to flutter; to languish.

‘The whispering breezePants on the leaves, and dies upon the trees.’;

Pantverb

To breathe forth quickly or in a labored manner; to gasp out.

‘There is a cavern where my spiritWas panted forth in anguish.’;

Pantverb

To long for; to be eager after.

‘Then shall our hearts pant thee.’;

Pantnoun

A quick breathing; a catching of the breath; a gasp.

Pantnoun

A violent palpitation of the heart.

Pantnoun

A single leg of a pair of pants. See pants.

Pantadjective

Of or pertaining to pants.

Pantnoun

the noise made by a short puff of steam (as from an engine)

Pantnoun

a short labored intake of breath with the mouth open;

‘she gave a gasp and fainted’;

Pantverb

breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted;

‘The runners reached the finish line, panting heavily’;

Pantverb

utter while panting, as if out of breath

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