Definition of 'blouse'
Example sentences containing 'blouse'
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Team it with a silk blouse and jeans for a feminine look. The Sun (2012)You sound like a woman in need of a check shirt or blouse. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The woman is wearing a white blouse with red stitching. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)But today she looks trim in blue blouse, slacks and sensibly sporty little shoes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wear with a loose blouse for serious 1970s snap. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The dress code varies: knitwear and loose blouses are common. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Wear with a simple scooped neck T-shirt or white blouse. The Sun (2008)Wear them rolled up to show your ankles, with a blouse or shirt tucked in. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The teal colour is perfect this season and you can team it with shirts, blouses or skinny jumpers. The Sun (2008)She is tall and slim and smartly dressed in a blue trouser suit, white blouse and suede boots. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Smart waitresses in white blouses and aprons led me swiftly to a wooden table with a tall, white candle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Each member of the family may keep in his "wardrobe" his oldest suit or dress, a shirt or blouse. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995)She kicked off her new look on Sunday with a buttoned-up blouse and jacket. The Sun (2012)In the ruins a woman 's red blouse was visible; bottles of homemade pickled vegetables were somehow unscathed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The lightweight, cotton blouses are holiday friendly, perfect for when you want to throw something on over a bikini. The Sun (2016)But I'm going to have to ask you to wear loose blouses when you come to work here. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'blouse'
British English: blouse /blaʊz/ NOUN
A blouse is a kind of shirt worn by girls or women.
- American English: blouse
- Arabic: بُلُوزة
- Brazilian Portuguese: blusa
- Chinese: 女衬衫
- Croatian: bluza
- Czech: blůza
- Danish: bluse
- Dutch: blouse
- European Spanish: blusa
- Finnish: naisten paitapusero
- French: chemisier vêtement
- German: Bluse
- Greek: γυναικεία μπλούζα
- Italian: camicetta
- Japanese: ブラウス
- Korean: 블라우스
- Norwegian: bluse
- Polish: bluzka
- European Portuguese: blusa
- Romanian: bluză
- Russian: блузка
- Spanish: blusa
- Swedish: blus
- Thai: เสื้อสตรี
- Turkish: bluz
- Ukrainian: блузка
- Vietnamese: sơ mi nữ
Definition of blouse from the Collins English Dictionary
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