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The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down
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The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down 15 years, 2 months ago #1

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It's so fun and vivid!Also,it's very easy to understand!

Re:The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down 15 years, 1 month ago #2

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Thanx A lot Bro.

Re:The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down 14 years, 6 months ago #3

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But i still couldnt unserstand the meaning of caught your pants down , anyone could explains it ? thz a lot

Re:The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down 14 years, 6 months ago #4

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its like that he caught somthing bad on him .... i think<br /><br />Post edited by: Danya, at: 2007/11/19 13:21

Re:The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down 14 years ago #5

It means that he was \&quot;caught\&quot; in an unexpected situation. to be \&quot;caught with your pants\&quot; down means to be unprepared. It could be used in an ambush, for example: We caught the enemy with their pants down when we invaded their camp at night, or something like that. Does that make it any easier to understand?

The Weekly Idiom: To be caught with your pants down 11 years, 6 months ago #6

i cant understand
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