breeks

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Related to breeches.

Noun[edit]

breeks (plural only)

  1. Pants, breeches.
    • 2002, Mickee Madden, Midnight Sun, page 144:
      Tane unfolded and rose to his full height. Naked, his tanned flesh glistening with sweat, he held out his arms and stretched out the kinks in his body. [...] "Loan me some breeks."

Scots[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

breeks

  1. breeches, trousers
    • The Plague o' Playin' Bools, in Poems and Songs chiefly in the Scottish Language (1877), edited by James M. Neilson:
      Bools are maybe walth tae him,
      But they're loss tae me;
      There he's comin' wi' his breeks
      Oot at ilka knee.