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shirtless

(ˈʃɜːtləs)
adj
1. lacking or not wearing a shirt; bare-chested
2. poor; penniless
Translations
torse nu

shirtless

[ˈʃɜːtlɪs] ADJsin camisa, descamisado
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The national image of them though will be defined by the barechested doyle who fell off his seat mid-jump and then sheepishly tried to cool it out.
Before he began his talk in front of a wall featuring photos of barechested men, "Make America Great Again" hats and a "Don't Tread on Me" flag, Wilders was introduced as "the hope for Western civilisation.
Yesterday there were rich pickings too on Fitzwilliam Street, off Huddersfield town centre, by Greenhead Park, as a barechested young man in his 20s was marched to a waiting police vehicle, shouting foul-mouthed abuse all the while.
It was known from the off that patience had to be a virtue and, when they failed to make any real openings in a hurried start, it encouraged the Moldovans as much as the barechested ultras banging drums near the corner flag.
Mr Putin has frequently engaged in action stunts since taking the helm in 2000, flying combat jets, riding horses and fishing barechested.
With the glade extensively lit, giving it a magical, fairytale feel, the Bard's romantic musical comedy, which features some barechested wrestling and live on-set music, played out over two and a half hours.
But Yat Y es is careful to stoke the smouldering on-screen embers between an impressively barechested Alexander Skarsgard and the luminous Margot Robbie, so we root for the lovers when the odds are stacked against them.
Then, of course, good old Vladimir Putin, a billionaire who loves displaying himself barechested.
The barechested milkmaid Hauling hay for the outlaw's last supper She marks her books with leaves And scrapes hair From her legs with a butcher knife once in spring Once in fall The deer come down to drink her blood
Behind the home goal, barechested supporters behind a "Ljubljana Ultras" flag shook the foundations of the Stadion Stozice.
EMMERDALE (ITV, 7pm) IF YOU like a bit of barechested fist fighting from heavily tattooed men, then look no further.