HyperDic: pant

English > 5 senses of the word pant:
VERBbodypant, puff, gasp, heavebreathe noisily, as when one is exhausted
communicationpantutter while panting, as if out of breath
NOUNeventpantthe noise made by a short puff of steam (as from an engine)
artifactpant, trousers, pair of trousers(usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately
actpant, gaspa short labored / labored intake of breath with the mouth open
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English > pant: 5 senses > noun 1, event
MeaningThe noise made by a short puff of steam (as from an engine).
Broadernoisesound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound)
English > pant: 5 senses > noun 2, artifact
Meaning(usually in the plural) a garment extending from the waist to the knee or ankle, covering each leg separately.
Synonymstrousers, pair of trousers
Partship pocketA pocket in rear of trousers
lap, lap coveringThe part of a piece of clothing that covers the thighs
legA cloth covering consisting of the part of a pair of trousers that covers a person's leg
pant leg, trouser legThe leg of a pair of trousers
seatThe cloth covering for the buttocks
slide fastener, zip, zipper, zip fastenerA fastener for locking together two toothed edges by means of a sliding tab
trouserA garment (or part of a garment) designed for or relating to trousers
trouser cuffA cuff on the bottoms of trouser legs
Narrowerbellbottom trousers, bell-bottoms, bellbottom pantstrousers with legs that flare
breeches, knee breeches, knee pants, knickerbockers, knickerstrousers ending above the knee
chinos(plural) trousers made with chino cloth
churidarstight trousers worn by people from the Indian subcontinent (typically with a kameez or kurta)
cords, corduroyscotton trousers made of corduroy cloth
flannel, gabardine, tweed, white(usually in the plural) trousers made of flannel or gabardine or tweed or white cloth
jeans, blue jeans, denim(usually plural) close-fitting trousers of heavy denim for manual / manual work or casual wear
jodhpurs, jodhpur breeches, riding breechesFlared trousers ending at the calves
long trousers, long pantstrousers reaching to the foot
pajama, pyjamaA pair of loose trousers tied by a drawstring around the waist
pantaloontrousers worn in former times
pedal pushers, toreador pantssnug trousers ending at the calves
salwar, shalwarA pair of light loose trousers with a tight fit around the ankles
short pants, shorts, trunkstrousers that end at or above the knee
slacks(usually in the plural) pants for casual wear
stretch pantstrousers made of a stretchy fabric
sweat pants, sweatpantsloose-fitting trousers with elastic cuffs
trewsTight-fitting trousers
BroadergarmentAn article of clothing
Usage ofplural, plural formThe form of a word that is used to denote more than one
Spanishherales, pantalones, pantalón
Catalanpantaló, pantalons
English > pant: 5 senses > noun 3, act
MeaningA short labored / labored intake of breath with the mouth open.
Synonymgasp
Broaderinhalation, inspiration, aspiration, intake, breathing inThe act of inhaling
Spanishbocanada, boqueada, resuello
Catalanesbufec, panteix
Verbspantbreathe noisily, as when one is exhausted
pantutter while panting, as if out of breath
English > pant: 5 senses > verb 1, body
Meaningbreathe noisily, as when one is exhausted.
PatternSomebody ----s
Example"The runners reached the finish line, panting heavily"
Synonymspuff, gasp, heave
Broaderblowexhale hard
Spanishjadear, resollar
Catalanbleixar, esbufegar, panteixar
Nounspanta short labored / labored intake of breath with the mouth open
pantingbreathing heavily (as after exertion)
English > pant: 5 senses > verb 2, communication
MeaningUtter while panting, as if out of breath.
PatternSomebody ----s something
Broaderutter, emit, let out, let looseExpress audibly
Spanishjadear, resollar
Catalanbleixar, esbufegar, panteixar
Nounspanta short labored / labored intake of breath with the mouth open
pantingbreathing heavily (as after exertion)

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