Definition of 'shirt'
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With just the odd blue shirt here and there. Times, Sunday Times (2015)That was back in the day when keepers only had one shirt and one pair of gloves. The Sun (2011)Would chinos and a polo shirt pass muster? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The presidential bodyguards wear his shirt and shout his name. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He wore bespoke shirts with ruffed fronts and suits made from dark velvet. The Sun (2007)There was a white polo shirt with pink and purple stripes to match. The Sun (2006)The man in the blue shirt and khaki shorts has a look of bemusement on his face. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So why in one shirt and not the other? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Be proud to wear your national shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He walked into the room dressed in a smart suit and wearing a light blue shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She is wearing one of my shirts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But he was booked for removing his shirt in front of the home fans after he nodded in the second. The Sun (2011)In Colorado my pastor paces the platform wearing jeans and a polo shirt. Christianity Today (2000)Today he's also wearing a flamboyant shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He looks exactly the same as his son above the mantelpiece; shirt collars out to his elbows. STUART: A Life Backwards (2005)I go to meetings in a suit and a collared shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You think of your first coach when you were nine - in that shirt is a part of him too. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He wore a crisp dark suit, a light blue shirt and a blue tie and he walked a little stiffly. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Don't light up a shirt. The Sun (2011)Three decades ago, the club shirt was part of an unwritten code that could distinguish hardened men wanting to fight, from genuine fans. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'shirt'
British English: shirt /ʃɜːt/ NOUN
A shirt is a piece of clothing worn on the upper part of your body with a collar, sleeves, and buttons down the front.
- American English: shirt
- Arabic: قَمِيص
- Brazilian Portuguese: camisa
- Chinese: 衬衫
- Croatian: košulja
- Czech: košile
- Danish: skjorte
- Dutch: shirt
- European Spanish: camisa
- Finnish: paita
- French: chemise vêtement
- German: Hemd
- Greek: πουκάμισο
- Italian: camicia
- Japanese: ワイシャツ
- Korean: 셔츠
- Norwegian: skjorte
- Polish: koszula
- European Portuguese: camisa
- Romanian: bluză
- Russian: рубашка
- Spanish: camisa
- Swedish: skjorta
- Thai: เสื้อเชิ้ต
- Turkish: gömlek
- Ukrainian: сорочка
- Vietnamese: áo sơmi
Definition of shirt from the Collins English Dictionary
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