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A-shirt

Syllabification: A-shirt
Pronunciation: /ˈāˌSHərt
 
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Definition of A-shirt in English:

noun

A sleeveless athletic shirt or undershirt.
Example sentences
  • The mechanic usually walked around in her work clothes - overalls, A-shirts, jeans, whatever she could find that she wouldn't mind getting messy - and lounging around the ward in that ensemble would be like bringing poison into the room.
  • Alex put on a white A-shirt and zipped up his backpack, ‘Look man, I don't know.
  • He changed into a pair of shorts and a plain white A-shirt before he went to the lesson rooms.

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