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hot pants

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
hot pantsˈhot pants noun [plural]  DCCvery short tight women’s shorts
Examples from the Corpus
hot pantsFor mock leather C&A waistcoats £21.99, jeans, £24.99, hot pants, £16.99.She got hot pants for this guy twice her age.This time I was making hot pants and rainbow striped jumpers.Alexis's hot pants, £30; top £25, Juliette Spatchett at Hyper Hyper.She has graduated from the brown velvet hot pants of her stockbroker days to Armani, Ralph and Prada.Bikini bottoms look more like high-waisted hot pants, while swimsuits are squared off across the thighs or skirted.
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