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Slacks vs Khakis - What's the difference?

slacks | khakis |

As nouns the difference between slacks and khakis

is that slacks is plural of slack while khakis is khaki-coloured/colored cotton trousers (pants).

As a verb slacks

is third-person singular of slack.

slacks

English

Noun

(head)
  • (pluralonly) Casual trousers. (Takes a plural verb even when singular, may be referred to as a pair of slacks)
  • * 1957 , :
  • *:Not five minutes later, Zooey, with his hair combed wet, stood wet, stood barefoot at the washbowl, wearing a pair of beltless dark-gray sharkskin slacks , a face towel across his bare shoulders.
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (slack)
  • khakis

    English

    (Khaki)

    Noun

    (en-plural noun)
  • Khaki-coloured/colored cotton trousers (pants).
  • (label) A khaki uniform of pants (trousers) or shorts, shirt, and hat or other head covering such as a turban.
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