来自美国19世纪女权运动领导者Amelia Bloomer 的名字，其促进了灯笼裤在美国的流行。某种程度上灯笼裤也是对女权的一种宣示。
- bloomers (n.)
- 1851, named for U.S. feminist reformer Amelia Jenks Bloomer (1818-1894), who promoted them. The surname is attested from c. 1200, said to mean literally "iron-worker," from Old English bloma (see bloom (n.2)).
- 1. a pair of bloomers
- 2. She was afraid that her bloomers might have been showing.
- 3. You are bidding on the bloomers and headband only.
- 4. Late bloomers are usually average guys when young.
- 5. So we mixed with some antic elements. For instance, the obese bloomers and the large collar.
- 所以其中融入了一些小丑的元素, 比如说肥大的灯笼裤,大领子.
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