Idiom: By the seat of your pants
Meaning: If you do something by the seat of your pants, you achieve something, but only by a narrow margin or do something without advance preparation.Country: International English | Subject Area: Clothes | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Fly by the seat of one's pants
- Ringside seat
- Ants in your pants
- Who wears the pants?
- In the hot seat
- Smarty pants
- In the driver's seat
- In the catbird seat
- Keep your pants on
- Take a back seat
- Caught with your pants down
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