As.1997
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Need an opinion. This question says "a pair of trousers" doesn't this equate to 8 trousers?

If so then shouldn't we do 8x(29.99-23.99)= £48?
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Lol no.
Its just a phrase.
We call trousers a "pair of trousers" coz they have two legs or smthn. But really a pair of trousers means 1 trouser.
(I think it's a British phrase, even saying 1 trouser just feels unnatural)
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(Original post by gyuigygh)
Lol no.
Its just a phrase.
We call trousers a "pair of trousers" coz they have two legs or smthn. But really a pair of trousers means 1 trouser.
Ahh, I see that makes sense!
Thank you : )
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