English English Dictionary

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jeans in English:

1. flared flared

She flared up with anger.
flared trousers/jeans

English word "jeans"(flared) occurs in sets:

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2. torn torn

Her dress was torn.
It may seem like Tom has forgotten all about the matter, but deep down inside, he's still torn up about it.
Someone has torn two pages out of this book.
The old houses were torn down to make room for a supermarket.
I'm torn between family and work
Imogen of the Internet is torn between filling out the music sections of all her online profiles and ensuring that none of her friends will have ever heard of her favorite bands in order to protect their precious obscurity.
The floor was strewn with party favors: torn noisemakers, crumpled party hats, and dirty Power Ranger plates.
Today young people find themselves, through no fault of their own, living in a world torn by international bitterness and the threat of nuclear destruction.
There used to be a fireplace here but I guess it's been torn down.
You want to be cooperative, but you’re torn
In the past month, three houses, all in good condition, have been torn down.
It's a torn in his side
torn nightgown
An example of torn used as an adjective is the phrase "torn jeans," which means jeans with holes in them.
The government constantly have to issue new bank-notes becausethe old one get dirty and torn.

3. jeans jeans

He had jeans on.
T-shirts and jeans are not suitable for this occasion.
Jeans manufacturers make denim bluer with indigo dye.
Jeans go with everything.
She put on her sister's jeans and looked in the mirror.
If you throw your jeans in the washing machine, I'll wash them for you.
Tom hung the three pairs of wet jeans on the clothesline.
I don't know if her new shirt will go with her blue jeans.
These jeans feel too tight. May I try on another size?
Do you have jeans in my size?
I'll charge you 1000 pesetas to repair the zip on these jeans.
Made in Italy, these jeans were very expensive.
I'm careful when I zip up my jeans, not to pinch myself.
Boy, did she have egg on her face when she showed up at the formal party wearing blue jeans!
The jeans looked none the cleaner for having been washed.

English word "jeans"(jeans) occurs in sets:

Object ID - Clothes #1

4. a pair of jeans a pair of jeans

English word "jeans"(a pair of jeans) occurs in sets:

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5. are are

Are you sure?
Work and play are words used to describe the same thing under differing conditions.
I went on vacation, and my plants are still alive.
In legal documents, difficult words and phrases are often used.
Hummer limousines are the ultimate symbol of conspicuous consumption.
All great men are dead and I am not feeling too well myself.
The summit talks are to be broadcast simultaneously throughout the world.
China and Mongolia are separated by the Great Wall of China.
Explain exactly what the reasons are.
Small cars are very economical because of their low fuel consumption.
Her sewing basket, dresser drawers and pantry shelves are all systematically arranged in apple-pie order.
It is said that Japanese people are kind to people they know, but rather cold to those they don't.
Excuse me, I have to get to Barcelona. Are there any flights today?
Cats are like girls. If they talk to you it's great, but if you try to talk to them, it doesn't go so well.
Most computers made today are equipped with multi-core processors.

English word "jeans"(are) occurs in sets:

Invariably singular &plural non-count nouns

6. denim denim

Jeans are made of denim.
Look at these denim jacket
The term comes form the name of a town in France where denim fabric was originally produced
I just had my denim jeans turned up because they were too long in the leg.