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shirt British & World English

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

A-shirt British & World English

A sleeveless athletic shirt or undershirt

T-shirt British & World English

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

aloha shirt British & World English

A loose, brightly patterned Hawaiian shirt

body shirt British & World English

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

dress shirt British & World English

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

golf shirt British & World English

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

hair shirt British & World English

A shirt of haircloth, formerly worn by penitents and ascetics

polo shirt British & World English

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

rugby shirt British & World English

A long-sleeved top of a kind worn by rugby players, made of thick cotton and having a collar with a short row of buttons that closes at the neck

shirt dress British & World English

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

shirt front British & World English

The breast of a shirt, in particular that of a stiffened evening shirt

shirt tail British & World English

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

boiled shirt British & World English

A dress shirt with a starched front

sports shirt British & World English

A short-sleeved top, typically made of lightweight stretchable fabric, worn for sport or informal wear

stuffed shirt British & World English

A conservative, pompous person

lumberjack shirt British & World English

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

lose one's shirt British & World English

Lose all one’s possessions

keep your shirt on British & World English

Don’t lose your temper; stay calm

put one's shirt on British & World English

Bet all one has on; be sure of

the shirt off one's back British & World English

Used to refer to someone’s last remaining possessions

redshirt British & World English

A college athlete who is withdrawn from university sporting events for a year to develop their skills and extend their period of playing eligibility by a further year at this level of competition

tee shirt in T-shirt British & World English

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

lose one's shirt in shirt British & World English

Lose all one’s possessions

hair-shirt in hair shirt British & World English

Austere and self-sacrificing

nightshirt British & World English

A long shirt worn in bed especially by boys or men

overshirt British & World English

A loose shirt worn over other garments

shirtsleeve British & World English

The sleeve of a shirt

skivvy shirt in skivvy British & World English

A lightweight high-necked long-sleeved garment

sport shirt in sports shirt British & World English

A short-sleeved top, typically made of lightweight stretchable fabric, worn for sport or informal wear

put one's shirt on in shirt British & World English

Bet all one has on; be sure of

keep your shirt on in shirt British & World English

Don’t lose your temper; stay calm

the shirt off one's back in shirt British & World English

Used to refer to someone’s last remaining possessions

the shirt off or on one's back in shirt British & World English

Used to refer to someone’s last remaining possessions


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