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shirt

 (shûrt)
n.
1. A garment for the upper part of the body, typically having a collar, sleeves, and a front opening.
2. An undershirt.
3. A nightshirt.
Idioms:
keep (one's) shirt on Slang
To remain calm or patient: The plane doesn't land for another hour, so keep your shirt on.
lose (one's) shirt Slang
To lose everything one has or owns.
the shirt off (one's) back Slang
The maximum one is able to give or lose: The only thing those swindlers didn't take was the shirt off my back.

[Middle English shirte, from Old English scyrte, short garment; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]

shirt

(ʃɜːt)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a garment worn on the upper part of the body, esp by men, usually of light material and typically having a collar and sleeves and buttoning up the front
2. (Clothing & Fashion) short for nightshirt, undershirt
3. keep your shirt on informal refrain from losing your temper (often used as an exhortation to another)
4. (Gambling, except Cards) put one's shirt on informal to bet all one has on (a horse, etc)
5. (Gambling, except Cards) lose one's shirt on informal to lose all one has on (a horse, etc)
[Old English scyrte; related to Old English sceort short, Old Norse skyrta skirt, Middle High German schurz apron]

shirt

(ʃɜrt)

n.
1. a long- or short-sleeved garment for the upper part of the body, usu. lightweight and having a collar and a front opening.
2. an undergarment of cotton, or other material, for the upper part of the body.
3. a shirtwaist.
4. a nightshirt.
Idioms:
1. keep one's shirt on, Informal. to refrain from becoming angry or impatient; remain calm.
2. lose one's shirt, Informal. to suffer a severe financial reverse.
[before 1150; Middle English schirte, Old English scyrte; c. Dutch schort, German Schürze apron, Old Norse skyrta skirt]
shirt′less, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shirt - a garment worn on the upper half of the bodyshirt - a garment worn on the upper half of the body
camise - a loose shirt or tunic; originally worn in the Middle Ages
daishiki, dashiki - a loose and brightly colored African shirt
dickey, dickie, dicky, shirtfront - a man's detachable insert (usually starched) to simulate the front of a shirt
dress shirt, evening shirt - a man's white shirt (with a starch front) for evening wear (usually with a tuxedo)
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
hair shirt - an uncomfortable shirt made of coarse animal hair; worn next to the skin as a penance
tee shirt, T-shirt, jersey - a close-fitting pullover shirt
kurta - a loose collarless shirt worn by many people on the Indian subcontinent (usually with a salwar or churidars or pyjama)
polo shirt, sport shirt - a shirt with short sleeves designed for comfort and casual wear
shirt button - a button on a shirt
shirtfront - the front of a shirt (usually the part not covered by a jacket); "he had spilled catsup on his shirtfront"
shirting - any of various fabrics used to make men's shirts
shirtsleeve - the sleeve of a shirt
shirttail - fabric forming the tail of a shirt
tank top - a tight-fitting sleeveless shirt with wide shoulder straps and low neck and no front opening; often worn over a shirt or blouse
work-shirt - heavy-duty shirts worn for manual or physical work
Verb1.shirt - put a shirt on
apparel, clothe, enclothe, garb, garment, raiment, tog, habilitate, fit out, dress - provide with clothes or put clothes on; "Parents must feed and dress their child"

shirt

Shirts

banyan, blouse, boiled shirt, bush shirt, camise, chemise, cover-shoulder, dashiki, dress shirt, garibaldi, grandad shirt, guimpe, Jacky Howe (Austral. informal), hair shirt, kerbaya, kurta or khurta, lava-lava, middy blouse, overblouse, polo shirt, sark (Scot.), skivvy, sports shirt, Swanndri (trademark N.Z.), T-shirt or tee shirt
Translations
قَميصقَمِيص
košile
skjortetrøjebluse
ĉemizo
paita
košuljamajica
ing
skyrta
シャツワイシャツ
셔츠
marškiniaivienmarškinis
krekls
cămaşă
košeľa
srajcamajica
skjorta
เสื้อเชิ้ต
áo sơmi

shirt

[ʃɜːt]
A. Ncamisa f
to put one's shirt on a horse (fig) (Betting) → apostarlo todo a un caballo
keep your shirt on! (fig) → ¡no te sulfures!, ¡cálmate!
B. CPD shirt button Nbotón m de la camisa
shirt collar Ncuello m de camisa
shirt front Npechera f
shirt pocket Nbolsillo m de la camisa
shirt sleeves NPL to be in (one's) shirt sleevesestar en mangas de camisa
shirt tail Nfaldón m (de camisa)

shirt

[ˈʃɜːrt]
n (= garment) → chemise f
modif [button, collar, pocket] → de chemiseshirtsleeves shirt sleeves [ˈʃɜːrtsliːvz] npl
in shirt sleeves → en bras de chemise
in one's shirt sleeves → en bras de chemiseshirt-tail shirttail [ˈʃɜːrtteɪl] npan m de chemise

shirt

n (men’s) → (Ober)hemd nt; (Ftbl) → Hemd nt, → Trikot nt; (women’s) → Hemdbluse f; keep your shirt on (Brit inf) → reg dich nicht auf!; to put one’s shirt on a horse (inf)den letzten Cent or sein letztes Hemd auf ein Pferd setzen; to lose one’s shirt on a horse (inf)den letzten Cent or sein letztes Hemd bei einer Pferdewette verlieren; I’m putting my shirt on him to get the job (inf)ich gehe jede Wette ein, dass er die Stelle bekommt; he’d give you the shirt off his back (inf)er würde einem sein letztes Hemd geben; he’ll have the shirt off your back! (inf)er zieht dich aus bis aufs letzte Hemd! (inf)

shirt

:
shirt collar
nHemdkragen m
shirt front
nHemdbrust f

shirt

[ʃɜːt] n (man's) → camicia; (woman's) → camicetta, camicia
in one's shirt sleeves → in maniche di camicia
to put one's shirt on sth (fig) (Betting) → giocarsi anche la camicia su qc
keep your shirt on! (fig) (fam) → non ti scaldare!

shirt

(ʃəːt) noun
a kind of garment worn on the upper part of the body. a casual shirt; a short-sleeved shirt; She wore black jeans and a white shirt.
in one's shirt-sleeves
without a jacket or coat. I work better in my shirt-sleeves.

shirt

قَمِيص košile skjorte Hemd πουκάμισο camisa paita chemise košulja camicia ワイシャツ 셔츠 shirt skjorte koszula camisa рубашка skjorta เสื้อเชิ้ต gömlek áo sơmi 衬衫

shirt

n. camisa;
under ___camiseta.

shirt

n camisa