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- n. Plural form of short.
- n. Pants worn primarily in the summer that do not go lower than the knees.
- n. Underwear bottoms.
- n. Remnants, clippings, trimmings of production processes.
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- n. trousers that end at or above the knee
- n. underpants worn by men
Sorry, no etymologies found.
What a man in shorts is wearing on his feet leaves a bigger impression than anything else.
Many Mexicans, men and women, wear shorts now and more will as more do, and gringos in shorts is a good thing, he says, to loosen up the rigid ones even more.
So here's how the "year in shorts" is going for me so far.
(according to Cinéma Vérité, I think the young girl in shorts is Sara!)
I have learned that the English word 'shorts' translates roughly into Czech as 'wasted luggage space.'
The Global Cup? something to do with men in shorts being tooted at by people with loud horns -- then Juha's birthday party, where I got to meet some of his mates, who were all lovely.
(On the other hand, when the Productos de Limpeza truck came by yesterday, I went out to the street dressed in shorts and fuzzy slippers, and no one even cracked a smile or a joke.)
The Lake Chapala shore has become a tourist destination for tapatios (people from Guadalajara) and so we see a lot of Mexicans in shorts - men and women, here at the lake.
"Sleaze-week" basically pulls a lowbrow, sleazy photshop type mauever, using a photo from a running magazine to "TRY" and show this woman in shorts to make her look bad ... are the the National Enquirer now?
Jack Cafferty has more appealing legs in shorts than does Ed. azeez adekunle