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    throw out by trouser??

    Please tell me the meaning of this sentence. (Bold part)

    "She might want to throw us both out by our trousers for bringin this sort of trouble into her bar."

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    Re: throw out by trouser??

    Picture an angry person picking up another person by the waistband of his trousers (and usually also the back of his shirt) and physically throwing him out of the room/house. The person being thrown will fly out of the room/house head first and land face down on the ground.

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    To "Ouisch"

    Your comment is very helpful.
    Thank you so much

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