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shirt US English

A garment for the upper body made of cotton or a similar fabric, with a collar, sleeves, and buttons down the front

A-shirt US English

A sleeveless athletic shirt or undershirt

T-shirt US English

A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat

aloha shirt US English

A loose, brightly patterned Hawaiian shirt

body shirt US English

A close-fitting woman’s garment for the upper body that is closed at the crotch

dress shirt US English

A man’s white shirt worn with a bow tie and a dinner jacket on formal occasions

golf shirt US English

A light, short-sleeved shirt with a collar, typically of a knitted fabric and with buttons at the neck only

hair shirt US English

A shirt of haircloth, formerly worn by penitents and ascetics

polo shirt US English

A casual short-sleeved cotton shirt with a collar and several buttons at the neck

rugby shirt US English

A top of a kind worn by rugby players, having a buttoned collar and typically long-sleeved with broad stripes

sport shirt US English

A casual top for sports or informal wear

boiled shirt US English

A dress shirt with a starched front

Nessus shirt US English

Used to refer to a destructive or expurgatory force or influence

stuffed shirt US English

A conservative, pompous person

lumberjack shirt US English

A shirt of brushed cotton or flannel, typically with a check pattern

lose one's shirt US English

Lose all one’s possessions

keep your shirt on US English

Don’t lose your temper; stay calm

the shirt off one's back US English

One’s last remaining possessions

Nessus shirt in Nessus US English

Used to refer to a destructive or expurgatory force or influence

redshirt US English

A college athlete who is withdrawn from college sporting events during one year in order to develop skills and extend the period of playing eligibility by a further year at this level of competition

tee shirt in T-shirt US English

A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat

nightshirt US English

A long, loose shirt worn to bed

overshirt US English

A loose shirt worn over other garments

shirtdress US English

A dress with a collar and buttons in the style of a shirt, typically cut without a seam at the waist

shirtfront US English

The front part of a shirt

shirtlifter US English

A homosexual

shirtsleeve US English

The sleeve of a shirt

shirttail US English

The lower, typically curved, part of a shirt that comes below the waist

skivvy shirt in skivvy US English

A lightweight high-necked, long-sleeved garment

sports shirt in sport shirt US English

A casual top for sports or informal wear

Nessus shirt or shirt of Nessus in Nessus US English

Used to refer to a destructive or expurgatory force or influence

the shirt off one's back in shirt US English

One’s last remaining possessions

lose one's shirt in shirt US English

Lose all one’s possessions

keep your shirt on in shirt US English

Don’t lose your temper; stay calm