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English-German translation for: Hose
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German-English Dictionary: Hose

Hose {f}
pants {pl} [esp. Am.] [one pair]cloth.
trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
strides [Aus.] [coll.]cloth.
breeks [chiefly Scot.]cloth.
trouse {pl} [Br.] [close-fitting breeches worn in Ireland]cloth.
trews {pl} [esp. Br.]cloth.
kecks [Br.] [coll.]cloth.
daks {pl} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [trousers]cloth.
pair of trouserscloth.
pair of pants [Am.]cloth.
dacks {pl} [Aus.]cloth.
trou {pl} [coll.] [one pair of trousers]cloth.
Hose {f} [weit geschnittene Hose]
bags [Br.] [dated] [one pair of loose-fitting trousers]cloth.
Sechsachtelhose {f} <6/8-Hose>
clamdiggers {pl}cloth.
Hose {f} [Muskelpartie am Schenkel der Hinterhand, besonders beim Pferd]
gaskin [portion of the hind limb between the stifle and hock]equest.VetMed.
tote Hose [ugs.] [nur prädikativ] [Beschreibung der Stimmung auf einer Party etc.]
dead boring {adj} [coll.]
(lange) Hose {f}
breeches {pl} [coll.] [often hum.] [one pair of trousers]cloth.
ausgestellte Hose {f}
flared trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
Baby-Hose {f}
baby pantiecloth.
nappy holders [Br.]cloth.
Baby-Hose {f} [auch: Babyhose]
baby pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.]cloth.
Bumster-Hose {f}
bumsters {pl} [Br.] [one pair]cloth.
bumster trousers {pl} [Br.] [one pair]cloth.
Dhoti-Hose {f}
dhoti pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.] [also: Dhoti pants]cloth.
elastische Hose {f}
stretch trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
enganliegende Hose {f}
tight trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
tight pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.]cloth.
enge Hose {f}
tight pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.]cloth.
Jogger-Hose {f}
joggers {pl} [Br.] [pair of jogging trousers]cloth.
kurze Hose {f}
pair of shortscloth.
shorts {pl} [one pair]cloth.
short trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
short pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.]cloth.
lange Hose {f}
trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
long trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
lange Hose {f} [sportliche oder legere Hose]
slacks {pl} [one pair]cloth.
lederne Hose {f}
leather trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
rosane Hose {f} [ugs.] [rosa Hose]
pink trousers {pl} [one pair]cloth.
schlotternde Hose {f} [Baggy Pants]
baggy trousers {pl} [one pair] [loose, wide-legged trousers]cloth.
baggy pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.] [loose, wide-legged trousers]cloth.
tiefhängende Hose {f}
low-slung trousers {pl}cloth.
wadenlange Hose {f}
plus fours {pl}cloth.
wasserfeste Hose {f}
waterproof trousers {pl} [Br.]cloth.
weite Hose {f}
(a pair of) slopshist.
Zouave-Hose {f} [auch: Zouavenhose]
zouaves {pl} [one pair]cloth.
zouave pants {pl} [one pair] [Am.]cloth.
eine Hose anziehen
to put on trouserscloth.
jdm. die Hose herunterziehen [Demütigung, Scherz]
to debag sb. [Br.] [sl.]
jdm. die Hose runterziehen
to dack sb. [Aus.] [coll.]
(knielang) abgeschnittene Hose {f}
cutoffs {pl} [also: cut-offs] [one pair] [short pants/trousers that are made from long pants by cutting off the legs at the knees or higher]cloth.
(lange) enganliegende Hose {f}
tight slacks {pl} [one pair]cloth.
(lange) enge Hose {f}
tight slacks {pl} [one pair]cloth.
7/8-Hose {f}
7/8 trousers {pl} [esp. Br.]cloth.
eine Hose kürzer machen
to cut down a pair of trouserscloth.
etw. an seiner Hose abwischen [z. B. Blut, Schmutz]
to wipe sth. on one's pants [Am.]
etw. an seiner Hose abwischen [z. B. Finger, Messer]
to wipe sth. clean on one's pants [Am.]
etw. an seiner Hose sauberwischen
to wipe sth. clean on one's pants [Am.]
etw. in der Hose tragen [Hemd, Sweater, Zizit usw.]
to wear sth. tucked in [tucked into pants or shorts]cloth.
etw. über der Hose tragen [Hemd u. ä.]
to wear sth. out [coll.] [hanging out over the trousers] [shirt tails etc.]cloth.
in die Hose gehen
to go down the drain [fail]idiom
in die Hose gehen [ugs.]
to be a complete flopidiom
to go flooey [sl.]idiom
to go bad [deal, etc.] [to go wrong, to fail]idiom
to go tits-up [Br.] [coll.] [to go wrong, to fail]idiom
in die Hose gehen [ugs.] [fig.]
to go belly-up [coll.] [fig.] [to fail]
in die Hose gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [misslingen, schiefgehen]
to go awry [fail, go amiss]
in die Hose gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich schlecht herausstellen]
to turn out shit [vulg.] [idiom] [prove to be bad]
jdm. die Hose stramm ziehen [ugs.] [schlagen]
to give sb. a hiding
jdn. mit runtergelassener Hose erwischen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to catch sb. with their trousers down [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
sichDat. die Hose hochziehen
to pull one's trousers up
to pull one's pants upcloth.
Das Herz fiel mir in die Hose.
My heart missed a beat.idiom
Das Herz ist mir in die Hose gerutscht. [Redewendung]
My heart is in my boots. [idiom]
Das Herz rutschte mir in die Hose.
My heart sank to my boots.idiom
Das Herz rutschte mir in die Hose. [ugs.]
My heart leapt into my throat. [for fear]idiom
Das Herz rutschte mir in die Hose. [ugs.] [Redewendung]
My heart dived. [coll.] [idiom]
Das ist Jacke wie Hose. [ugs.] [Redewendung]
That's six of one and half a dozen of another. [idiom]
That's six of one and half a dozen of the other. [idiom]
Ein dreiteiliger Herrenanzug besteht aus Sakko, Gilet und Hose. [österr.]
A three-piece men's suit consists of a jacket, a waistcoat, and trousers. [Br.]cloth.
Es ist Jacke wie Hose. [ugs.] [Redewendung]
It's the same difference. [coll.] [idiom]
Es ist mir Jacke wie Hose. [ugs.] [Redewendung]
I don't give a hoot one way or the other. [coll.] [idiom]
Kannst du schütteln, kannst du klopfen, in die Hose geht er der letzte Tropfen. [hum.]
No matter how you jump / shake and dance, the last few drops go in your pants. [postmicturitional dribbling]proverb
Kein Arsch in der Hose, aber "La Paloma" pfeifen. [vulg.]
All mouth and no trousers. [Br.] [coll.]idiom
Mach dir doch nicht in die Hose. [ugs.] [Redewendung]
Stop pissing. [vulg.] [stop worrying]
Mir rutschte das Herz in die Hose.
My heart was in my mouth.idiom
mit dem Herz in der Hose [ugs.] [Redewendung]
with one's heart in one's boots {adv} [idiom]
Sein Herz fällt / rutscht ihm in die Hose. [ugs.]
His heart drops into his gut. [coll.] [Am.]idiom
das Hemd in die Hose stecken
to tuck one's shirt incloth.
das Hemd in die Hose stopfen [ugs.]
to tuck one's shirt incloth.
die Hose (gestrichen) voll haben [ugs.]
to be scared shitless [vulg.]idiom
eine Bügelfalte in eine Hose bügeln
to put a crease in a pair of trouserscloth.
einen auf dicke Hose machen [ugs.]
to big-note [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ]
etw. an seiner Hose sauber wischen
to wipe sth. clean on one's pants [Am.]
Hummeln in der Hose haben [ugs.] [seltener für: Hummeln im Hintern]
to have ants in one's pants [coll.]idiom
keine Eier (in der Hose) haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to not have the balls [sl.] [idiom]
keine Eier (in der Hose) haben, um etw. zu tun [vulg.]
to not have (got) the stones to do sth. [vulg.]
keinen Arsch in der Hose haben [vulg.]
to not have the balls [sl.]idiom
ordentlich was in der Hose haben [ugs.] [hum.]
to be well hung [coll.] [hum.] [man]
to be well endowed [coll.] [hum.] [man]idiom
sichDat. (vor Angst) in die Hose machen [ugs.]
to wet one's pants [coll.]idiom
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