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shirtnoun [C]

uk   /ʃɜːt/ us   /ʃɝːt/
A1 a piece of clothing worn, especially by men, on the upper part of the body, made of light cloth like cotton and usually having a collar and buttons at the front: a striped/white shirt a short-/long-sleeved shirt You've spilled something down your shirt front.

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(Definition of shirt from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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shirtnoun [C]

us   /ʃɜrt/
a piece of clothing worn on the upper part of the body, made of cloth and often having a collar and buttons at the front: a short-sleeved/long-sleeved shirt Her shirt was untucked.
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Translations of “shirt”
in Korean 셔츠…
in Arabic قَميص…
in Malaysian baju kemeja…
in French chemise…
in Russian рубашка…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指男式)襯衣,襯衫…
in Italian camicia…
in Turkish gömlek…
in Polish koszula…
in Spanish camisa…
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 Chinese (Simplified) (尤指男式)衬衣,衬衫…
in Indonesian kemeja…
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