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Translation of "shirt" - English-Spanish dictionary

shirt

noun /ʃəːt/
a kind of garment worn on the upper part of the body
camisa
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
en mangas de camisa
I work better in my shirt-sleeves.
Translations of “shirt”
in Arabic قَميص…
in Korean 셔츠…
in Malaysian baju kemeja…
in French chemise…
in Turkish gömlek…
in Italian camicia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指男式)襯衣,襯衫…
in Russian рубашка…
in Polish koszula…
in Vietnamese áo sơ mi…
in Portuguese camisa…
in Thai เสื้อเชิ้ต…
in German das Hemd…
in Catalan camisa…
in Japanese ワイシャツ, ブラウス…
in Indonesian kemeja…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指男式)衬衣,衬衫…
(Definition of shirt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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