Definition of 'T-shirt'
Example sentences containing 'T-shirt'
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He was dressed in a pair of baggy camouflage trousers, a blue-and-white hooped T-shirt and an unbuttoned flak jacket. CODE BREAKERShe wore a white T-shirt with what looked like her DNA on the front. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)He wore a dark bomber jacket, a pale T-shirt, dark tracksuit bottoms. CHAMELEON (2002)
The T-shirt tied around his head only served to accent its width all the more. MINUTES TO BURN (2001)
Trends of 'T-shirt'
Used Rarely. T-shirt is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'T-shirt'
British English: T-shirt /ˈtiːˌʃɜːt/ NOUN
A T-shirt is a cotton shirt with short sleeves and no collar or buttons.
- American English: T-shirt
- Arabic: تي شيرت
- Brazilian Portuguese: camiseta
- Chinese: T恤衫
- Croatian: majica
- Czech: tričko
- Danish: T-shirt
- Dutch: T-shirt
- European Spanish: camiseta
- Finnish: T-paita
- French: t-shirt
- German: T-Shirt
- Greek: μπλουζάκι T-shirt
- Italian: T-shirt
- Japanese: Tシャツ
- Korean: 티셔츠
- Norwegian: T-skjorte
- Polish: koszulka bawełniana
- European Portuguese: t-shirt
- Romanian: tricou
- Russian: футболка
- Spanish: camiseta
- Swedish: t-shirt
- Thai: เสื้อยืด
- Turkish: tişört
- Ukrainian: футболка
- Vietnamese: áo phông
Definition of T-shirt from the Collins English Dictionary
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