(a) Noun. American, also used in some British dialects. Trousers, a bifurcated outer garment covering the body and each leg from waist to ankle. Until the late 20th century traditionally a male garment.
(b) Noun. British. Underpants.
(c) Verb. American. To pull down someone's pants (trousers). Can be done to either males or females by either males or females. See also depants
(d) Verb. American. To overpower someone and remove his trousers by force as a humiliation. Equivalent to the British debag
. Usually only done to males as removal of the pants, the traditional male garment, is a symbolic emasculation. Pantsing in this sense may be used as an initiation rite, a punishment, or just done for fun. See also depants
(e) Verb. American. Strip someone naked.
(f) Verb. American. Inflict a crushing defeat on someone.
(g) Verb. American. To inflict crushing criticism on someone.
(h) Adjective. British. Rubbish