Jeans - translation to german
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Jeans - translation to german

TROUSERS OFTEN MADE FROM DENIM OR DUNGAREE CLOTH
Blue jeans; Slim jeans; Blue-jeans; Straight jeans; Blue jean insulation; Jean cuts; Ripped jeans; 👖; Jeans pant; Jeans trousers; Riveted jeans; Straight leg jeans; Destroyed jeans; Blue Jeans; Denim jeans; Denim pants; Denim trousers; Dungaree pants; Dungaree trousers; Damage jeans; Demi-denims; Distressed jeans; Master of the Blue Jeans; Slim Jeans; Droptima; Klink Droptima; 3A Apparels Droptima; Jousers; Waist overalls
  • Copper [[rivet]]s for reinforcing pockets are a characteristic feature of blue jeans.
  • lowrise jeans]] (Rome, 2008)
  • A traditional women's Genoese dress in "blue jeans" (1890s). [[Palazzo Spinola di Pellicceria]], [[Genoa]], Italy.
  • The classic label for Levi 501 jeans
  • Ripped jeans
  • sagging]]

Jeans         
n. jeans, blue jeans, pants made of jean; jean, denim, sturdy cotton cloth from which various garments are made
denim pants         
Jeanshosen; Overall
baggy trousers         
  • hosen]] belonging to Swedish king [[Gustavus Adolphus]]
  • French soldier wearing baggy Turkish style pants
  • 18th century French Sans-Culotte revolutionary wearing baggy pantaloons as a statement of equality
1980 SINGLE BY MADNESS
Baggy jeans; Baggy pants; Baggy gangster jeans; Wide leg pants; Wide leg jeans; Baggy trousers
weite Hose; ausgebeulte Hose

Definition

jeans
Jeans are casual trousers that are usually made of strong blue cotton cloth called denim.
N-PLURAL: also a pair of N

Wikipedia

Jeans

Jeans are a type of pants or trousers made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term "jeans" refers to a particular style of trousers, called "blue jeans", with copper-riveted pockets which were invented by Jacob W. Davis in 1871 and patented by Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20, 1873. Prior to the patent, the term "blue jeans" had been long in use for various garments (including trousers, overalls, and coats), constructed from blue-colored denim.

"Jean" also references a (historic) type of sturdy cloth commonly made with a cotton warp and wool weft (also known as "Virginia cloth"). Jean cloth can be entirely cotton as well, similar to denim. Originally designed for miners, modern jeans were popularized as casual wear by Marlon Brando and James Dean in their 1950s films, particularly The Wild One and Rebel Without a Cause, leading to the fabric becoming a symbol of rebellion among teenagers, especially members of the greaser subculture. From the 1960s onwards, jeans became common among various youth subcultures and subsequently young members of the general population. Nowadays, they are one of the most popular types of specialty trousers in Western culture. Historic brands include Levi's, Lee, and Wrangler.

Pronunciation examples for Jeans
1. It was tighty jeans and regular jeans and baggy jeans.
New Year, New You - Finding Your Purpose _ Mike Steib _ Talks at Google
2. >> Presenter: Mom jeans. Mom jeans are--
Une Fille Comme Moi _ Garance Dore _ Talks at Google
3. skinny jeans.
A New Turn in The South _ Hugh Acheson _ Talks at Google
4. So jeans and belts.
Morning Glory (2010)
5. They had three jeans.
New Year, New You - Finding Your Purpose _ Mike Steib _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Jeans
1. Jeans aus, Jeans an: Liz Hurley und Heidi Klum 22.
2. Alle tragen inzwischen Jeans – und Jeans werden uns alle überleben.
3. Jeans von Victoria Beckham Mit Jeans wird ein ähnlicher Aufwand betrieben wie mit maßgefertigten Schuhen.
4. Clapton, deutlich jünger aussehend, kommt in rosa Jeans–Hemd und Jeans auf die Bühne.
5. Zwei Meter Abstand, Jeans, Bauchtasche, Plüschjacke oder Pullover.