keks

keks

(kɛks)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) a variant spelling of kecks
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Translations

keks

[keks] NPL (Brit) → pantalones mpl
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keks

pl (Brit inf) → Hose f, → Buxe f (N Ger inf)
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References in periodicals archive ?
The KEK([G.sub.i]) term is a list of the KEKs on the minimum node that can include all user nodes in [G.sub.i].
The effects of support groups on caregivers of patients with schizophrenia 20 Pinikahana J, Happell B, Hope Quality of life in J, Keks N a.
KEKs and Fokkerstaffels: The Early German Fighter Units in 1915-1916.
ne vrijedi (ne valja) ni pisljiva boba; odnosno dok (prije nego <sto>) kazes (si rekao) keks (britva).
"It's not easy being a sex symbol," says he, whipping off his keks, flexing his six pack and jumping into the sea wearing not a stitch.
I'm certain I never stooped to calling trousers "keks" like many of my fellow Teesside teens.
The nodes of the tree correspond to KEKs and the leaf nodes of the tree correspond to secret keys shared with the members of the clique.
The keks were covered in the logo for the 1977 single God Save The Queen, the anti-establishment punk anthem by the Sex Pistols.