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In Scotland, trousers are occasionally known as trews, which is the hi...

wikipedia - 02 Feb 2017
In Scotland, trousers are occasionally known as trews, which is the historic root of the word 'trousers'. Trousers are also known as breeks in Scots, a word related to breeches. The item of clothing worn under trousers is underpants. The standard form 'trousers' is also used, but it is sometimes pronounced in a manner approximately represented by "tru:zɨrz", possibly a throwback to the Gaelic word truis from which the English word originates.

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