[ ley-der-hoh-zuhn ]
/ ˈleɪ dərˌhoʊ zən /
leather shorts, usually with suspenders, worn especially in Bavaria.
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Origin of lederhosen
1935–40; <German, equivalent to Lederleather + Hosen trousers, shorts
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Example sentences from the Web for lederhosen
Patrons celebrated New Year with a ‘lederhosen and ski-wear’ party, which is very Prince Harry.Where Will Harry Party Back in London, And Who Will He Be Kissing?|Tom Sykes|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Germans push native Lederhosen and Dirndls over blue jeans.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
British Dictionary definitions for lederhosen
/ (ˈleɪdəˌhəʊzən) /
leather shorts with H-shaped braces, worn by men in Austria, Bavaria, etc
Word Origin for lederhosen
German: leather trousers
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