inseam

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in·seam

 (ĭn′sēm′)
n.
1. The inside seam of a pant leg.
2. The length or measurement of such a seam.

inseam

(ˈɪnsiːm)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) US (in tailoring) the inside leg from the crotch to the ankle on a person or on a pair of trousers

in•seam

(ˈɪnˌsim)

n.
an inside or inner seam of a garment, esp. the seam of a trouser leg that runs from the crotch down to the bottom of the leg.
[1905–10]
Translations

inseam

[ˈɪnsiːm] ADJ (US) inseam measurementmedida f de pernera

inseam

[ˈɪnsiːm] n (US)entrejambe m inseam measurementinseam measurement nhauteur f d'entre-jambe
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The vendor will provide all alterations, including but not limited to, sleeve length, inseams, and waist adjustments.
You trace the inseams up to their meeting place, haughty and defiant.
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If they meet the goal, $50,000 will be enough to finalize product testing, secure a patent on the fabric and pattern, and produce a full size run of all the available sizes and inseams, as well as supplementing some marketing and packaging.
SIZE: Multiple sizes available, multiple inseams available.
A disposable pant comprising: a garment shell including a stretchable middle panel and two stretchable leg panels, the middle panel attached to the leg panels along a continuous seam running from an upper edge of a front waist edge to an upper edge of a back waist edge, the leg panels defining two leg openings, and first and second inseams, each inseam extending from a crotch region to one of the leg openings; an absorbent structure in the crotch region of the garment shell; and wherein the disposable pant includes an inner surface configured to contact the wearer's body and an outer surface configured to face away from the wearer's body, the absorbent structure defining at least a portion of the inner surface.
The bicycle racers of the 1860s cornered around a horse track on high-wheeled boneshakers, and since the gear ratio was determined only by rim diameter, they pushed the highest wheel they could get their inseams around.
She was a dancer so she understands inseams and crotches," Petronio says.
Crewel, crochet, knitting, patchwork" (109)) which she passes on to her daughters, the mechanical workings of her Pfaff sewing machine, the sewing terms ("Tailor tacks, darts, inseams, interfacings, hand-stitched herringbone hems, French seams" (113)) which become part of her daughters' vocabulary, her art of dressmaking--all are described in meticulous detail.
Available in sizes 0-18 with inseams of 32" and 36" in khaki, black, navy and OD green.
Zippered legs go easily over boots, and snap cuffs stop drafts and adjust for shorter inseams.