Definition of 'jersey'
Example sentences containing 'Jersey'
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Clearly he fancies being a goalkeeper - proudly wearing the No1 jersey. The Sun (2016)On Monday, there was a unanimous agreement from the players that they have not been doing justice to those famous red jerseys. The Sun (2016)Can I have just greens, no jersey royals. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Luck wears number nine on a football jersey. The Sun (2014)How can a guy win six or five stages and not win the green jersey? Times, Sunday Times (2010)The printed full skirt is a beautiful summer piece and the jersey dress is right for anywhere. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With the yellow jersey comes the additional prize of becoming the unofficial spokesman for a whole sport. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Put the red and blue jersey on. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He wears the green jersey with dignity. The Sun (2010)Another in the red jersey who was alarmingly quiet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And still there was no sign of the hound with the red jersey. The Railway Children (1906)But it does not matter who wears the jersey if the coaches are not giving shape to the team. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Buy a smart shirt that you can wear without a tie and a nice piece of jersey knit for underneath. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Why not go for something more fluid, perhaps in a jersey fabric? Times, Sunday Times (2008)That's how football jerseys should be. The Sun (2010)Now there's joy in wearing the jersey. The Sun (2014)If he still hopes to claim the green points jersey, he will need to win. Times, Sunday Times (2011)How would you like to wear the green jersey of Ireland? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He also won 13 mountain points to take the green jersey as the best climber. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Best of all it comes in jersey so that's all-day comfort covered. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Using cashmere and stretch fabrics such as jersey, she produced a capsule wardrobe of modern, interchangeable pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Translations for 'jersey'
British English: jersey /ˈdʒɜːzɪ/ NOUN
A jersey is a knitted piece of clothing that covers the upper part of your body and your arms.
He wore a black jersey.
- American English: jersey
- Arabic: قَمِيصٌ مِنَ الصُّوف
- Brazilian Portuguese: suéter
- Chinese: 运动衫
- Croatian: pulover
- Czech: svetr
- Danish: sweater
- Dutch: jersey trui
- European Spanish: jersey
- Finnish: neulepaita
- French: pull
- German: Pullover
- Greek: φανελάκι
- Italian: maglione
- Japanese: ジャージー
- Korean: 저지 직물
- Norwegian: strikkegenser
- Polish: sweter
- European Portuguese: camisola
- Romanian: jerseu
- Russian: свитер
- Spanish: suéter
- Swedish: tröja
- Thai: เสื้อถักแบบรัดรูป
- Turkish: kazak
- Ukrainian: трикотаж
- Vietnamese: áo nịt len
Definition of jersey from the Collins English Dictionary
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