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panto

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpantopan‧to /ˈpæntəʊ $ -toʊ/ noun (plural pantos) [countable, uncountable]  British English informalx-ref pantomime
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pantoAs Nelson paraded in front of the jury, the pants fell to his knees.Crazy is living in a fog and pissing your pants.His shirt and his wool-blend flare-leg pants were made to measure in Kabul.I tossed the sandals I was wearing into the backseat and hunched my long pants off.Looking at him in the dim light I saw he was clad only in vest and pants.The players wore short-sleeve white shirts, long white pants and dark bow ties, with baseball caps and white sneakers.There were flowers on the table but no pants in the laundry basket.They can wear a sweatshirt or blouse, with culottes or sweat pants.
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