T-shirt Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"T-shirt" in British English

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T-shirtnoun [C]

uk   /ˈtiː.ʃɜːt/  us   /-ʃɝːt/ (also tee shirt)
A1 a ​simplepiece of ​clothing, usually with ​shortsleeves and no ​collar, that ​covers the ​toppart of the ​body: She was ​wearingjeans and a T-shirt.
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(Definition of T-shirt from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"T-shirt" in American English

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T-shirtnoun [C]

(also tee shirt,  us   /ˈti ˌʃɜrt/ )  us   /ˈtiˌʃɜrt/
a ​type of shirt that ​covers the ​upperpart of the ​body, has ​shortsleeves and no ​collar, and is ​pulled on over the ​head: He ​wore a T-shirt and ​jeans.
(Definition of T-shirt from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “T-shirt”
in Arabic تي شيرْت…
in Korean 티셔츠…
in Portuguese camiseta…
in Catalan samarreta…
in Japanese Tシャツ…
in Chinese (Simplified) T恤衫,短袖运动衫…
in Turkish yakasız kısa kollu pamuklu giysi, T-gömlek veya Tömlek, tişört…
in Russian майка, футболка…
in Chinese (Traditional) T恤衫,短袖運動衫…
in Italian T shirt, maglietta…
in Polish t-shirt, koszulka z krótkim rękawem…
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