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cords

[ kawrdz ]
/ kɔrdz /
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noun
(used with a plural verb) clothing, especially trousers, of corded fabric; corduroys.
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Origin of cords

First recorded in 1770–80; plural of cord
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British Dictionary definitions for cords

cords
/ (kɔːdz) /

pl n
trousers, esp jeans, made of corduroy
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