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jean

 (jēn)
n.
1. A strong, twilled cotton, traditionally used in making uniforms and work clothes.
2. jeans Pants made of jean, denim, or another durable fabric.

[Short for obsolete jene fustian, Genoan fustian, from Middle English jene, gene, from Old French Genes, Genoa.]

jeans

(dʒiːnz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal trousers for casual wear, made esp of denim or corduroy

Jeans

(dʒiːnz)
n
(Biography) Sir James Hopwood. 1877–1946, English astronomer, physicist, and mathematician, best known for his popular books on astronomy. He made important contributions to the kinetic theory of gases and the theory of stellar evolution

Jeans

(dʒinz)

n.
Sir James (Hopwood), 1877–1946, English astrophysicist and author.
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jeans

plural noun denims, blue jeans, Levis (trademark), blues (informal) wearing a denim jacket, jeans and a baseball cap
Translations
بَنطَلون جينزمَلابِسُ الـجِينْزُ
džíny
jeanscowboybukser
farkut
traperice
farmernadrág
gallabuxur
ジーンズ
청바지
džinsai
džinsi
kavbojke
jeans
กางเกงยีนส์
blucinkotkot pantolonu
quần jeans

jeans

[dʒiːnz] NPLvaqueros mpl, bluejeans m (esp LAm)

jeans

[ˈdʒiːnz] npljean m
Do you like my new jeans? → Est-ce que tu aimes mon nouveau jean?
a pair of jeans → un jean

jeans

plJeans pl; a pair of jeans(ein Paar) Jeans pl

jeans

[dʒiːnz] npljeans mpl

jeans

(dʒiːnz) noun plural
trousers, usually tight-fitting, made of denim.

Jeans

مَلابِسُ الـجِينْزُ džíny jeans Jeans τζιν jeans, tejanos farkut jean traperice jeans ジーンズ 청바지 jeans jeans dżinsy jeans джинсы jeans กางเกงยีนส์ kot quần jeans 牛仔裤
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He had an old battered-up slouch hat on, and a greasy blue woollen shirt, and ragged old blue jeans britches stuffed into his boot-tops, and home-knit galluses -- no, he only had one.
Some one has played a joke upon you, Jean," and Olga laughed.
Burns wrote love songs too, for he was constantly in love--often to his discredit, and at length he married Jean Armour, Scots fashion, by writing a paper saying that they were man and wife and giving it to her.
Among the half dozen happened to be a certain Jean Baptiste Vandenhuten, a most ponderous young Flamand, not tall, but even now, at the early age of sixteen, possessing a breadth and depth of personal development truly national.
Jean, in front of the silver buffet of the city, which was guarded by four archers.
A poor Canadian, however, named Jean Baptiste Prevost, whom famine had rendered wild and desperate, ran frantically about the bank, after Jones had returned, crying out to Mr.
Jean Pied-du-Port the country was mottled with the white tents of Gascons, Aquitanians and English, all eager for the advance.
Well," began Jean Frollo once more," we must play the devil with them.
The Republic of Plato is also the first treatise upon education, of which the writings of Milton and Locke, Rousseau, Jean Paul, and Goethe are the legitimate descendants.
Another old chateau in the neighbourhood, built in the fourteenth century by Jean de Belmont, was also abandoned, so that that part of the country was very little inhabited.
A couple of tall poplars and a few other trees stood grouped on the clean, dark gravel, and under them a few garden benches and a bronze effigy of Jean Jacques Rousseau seated on its pedestal.
I was then reading a charming book by Jean Mace, The Slaves of the Stomach, and I was learning some valuable lessons from it, when Conseil interrupted me.