Australian slang for trousers, now rarely heard. More likely to be used in country areas.
"If we are going out, I better put my strides on."
作者 Dick 2004年12月12日
The best brand of gum ever.
Mmm stride sweet berry my fav.
作者 Dara12345678 2008年9月21日
a man's pants, but only in the context of him being instructed to lose them. always had a slinky, horny vibe to it.
in my circle of pals in a small city in north america, from the 80s on, the word was really only heard in the phrase "drop those strides, cowboy..."

or perhaps that was only, um, in my geographical region? or my neighbourhood? or perhaps only my street. well, actually, maybe even only in my house. but nevertheless, there are enough men out there who are familiar with this usage that it deserves an entry in this distinguished forum.
作者 CEW Chief Executive Wench 2005年11月27日
Trousers, pants, pantaloons, hoes, breaches.

Originating in rural england, now used as Australian slang.
"I got me some new rat traps, they'll be seeing the inside of my strides before the week is out!"
作者 Alistair_123 2005年10月01日
To strike, or rush a object.
I'll stride you to the lockers.
作者 Raymond C 2008年10月18日
To walk for miles with the only thing in mind being STRIDE.
Hey, do you want to go STRIDE with me to Walgreens?
作者 Ryder123 2008年7月26日
someone with learning difficulties, usually from Rawlins Community College
'That stride just wanked off in our common room!'
作者 Abbert Davison 2004年1月21日

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