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shirt

Pronunciation: /ʃɜːrt; ʃɜːt/

Translation of shirt in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • (man's) camisa (feminine); (woman's) camisa (feminine), blusa (feminine) (camisera) to give sb the shirt off one's back darle* hasta la camiseta a algn he'd give you the shirt off his back es capaz de darte hasta la camiseta or hasta lo que no tiene to have o take the shirt off sb's back he'd have the shirt off your back if you let him ese es capaz de robarle a su madre keep your shirt on! [colloquial/familiar] ¡no te sulfures! [colloquial/familiar] to lose one's shirt perder* hasta la camisa or la camiseta [colloquial/familiar] to put one's shirt on sth/sb jugarse* hasta la camisa or la camiseta [colloquial/familiar] (before noun/delante del nombre) shirt collar cuello (masculine) de la camisa
    Example sentences
    • He jogged up to walk beside me, his tie untied, the top two buttons of his shirt undone, his sleeves pushed up to his elbows.
    • We have a business casual dress code at my office, which means collared shirts without a tie.
    • His tie was loose, and the top 2 buttons of his shirt undone with his sleeves rolled up to his elbows.

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