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Clothing TermPlay
The word 'trouser' refers specifically to a type of garment. SlideI need to buy new trousers for the event.
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Always PluralPlay
'Trouser' is used in the plural form, even when referring to one pair. SlideMy trouser has a tear needs to be phrased as 'My trousers have a tear.'
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Category SpecificPlay
The word can be preceded by an adjective to specify the type, like 'dress trousers.' SlideHe wore his formal trousers to the interview.