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go commando

  (informal)
to wear trousers with no underpants There isn't time to dress properly - we'll have to go commando.

go commando

and go freeball(ing)
in. [for a male] to go about not wearing underpants. (The same as freeball.) Bobby is always going commando. Even when it’s cold.

go commando

Slang
To wear clothing without wearing undergarments, especially underpants.
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