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polo shirtnoun [C]

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an informal style of cotton shirt, with short sleeves, a collar, and some buttons at the neck
Translations of “polo shirt”
in Chinese (Traditional) (開領短袖式的)馬球襯衫…
in Russian тенниска…
in Turkish önden düğmeli polo gömlek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (开领短袖式的)马球衬衫…
in Polish koszulka polo…
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