Duly noted: pants are plural in Danish (that's a relief!)
True! Every other language I remember learning "pants" in, it is a singular word, and you would use the plural for "pairs of pants".
"Trousers" is always plural, but, "A trouser leg"
Well in Italian and French it is plural, too!
In Slovak too :D
Well imagine if you could say "a pant" in Danish.
En buks! ;D
That's actually an idiomatic way of saying 'a pant' in german, at least in my area ;D
In Hamburg, too: "'ne Büx"!
also in Denmark
In the german area where i live, people would say bukse xD
Funnily enough, pant is the Danish system for returning bottles. It's called 'pant system'.
Like the German 'Pfand'.
Pants American or pants British?
Both are correct.
lol, why does pants in Danish sound like boxer?