A T-shirt is a cotton shirt with no collar or buttons . T-shirts usually have short sleeves .
→ Hawaiian shirt
a member of any fascist organization (specif., the former Italian Fascist party ) with a black-shirted uniform
(in Nazi Germany) a storm trooper
A dress shirt is a special shirt which men wear on formal occasions . It is worn with a dinner jacket and bow tie .
A hair shirt is a shirt made of rough uncomfortable cloth which some religious people used to wear to punish themselves.
A polo shirt is a soft short-sleeved piece of clothing with a collar, which you put on over your head.
a shirt worn by surfers as protection against sunburn, heat rash, etc
a jersey, usually of brightly colored striped fabric with a white collar and placket, worn for playing rugby or as casual attire
the upper front part of a shirt ; the part not covered by a jacket
Shirt-tails are the long parts of a shirt below the waist.
a heavy, loose, usually long-sleeved pullover made of cotton jersey, worn as by athletes to absorb sweat during or after exercise, sometimes with loose trousers ( sweat pants ) of the same material, forming an ensemble ( sweat suit )
something, as a political issue or historical event, that can be used to stir up outrage, partisan support, etc.
a dress shirt with a stiff front
a long-sleeved collarless shirt
a sleeveless and collarless shirt, worn esp by bodybuilders
a shirt of tough cotton, denim, etc; part of a safari suit
Buttons are small hard objects sewn on to shirts, coats, or other pieces of clothing. You fasten the clothing by pushing the buttons through holes called buttonholes .
a shirtlike jacket
a homosexual man
A pocket is a kind of small bag which forms part of a piece of clothing, and which is used for carrying small things such as money or a handkerchief .
in, or suitable for being in, one's shirt sleeves
(of a garment ) having a shirt-tail
a man's informal shirt, sometimes of knitted wool or cotton, which may be worn outside the trousers
If you describe someone, especially someone with an important position, as a stuffed shirt, you mean that they are extremely formal and old-fashioned .
a colourful, boldly patterned short-sleeved shirt
a thick checked shirt, as worn by lumberjacks
a stuffed shirt:
someone in an important position who behaves in a very formal or pompous way
lose one's shirt:
to lose all that one has
lose your shirt:
to lose all your money on a bad investment or bet
a distant cousin
A bodysuit is a piece of clothing that fits tightly over the top part of the body and fastens between the legs.
a casual jacket or shirt having four patch pockets and a belt
keep your shirt on:
to calm down and not be angry or impatient . The usual British expression is keep your hair on .
put one's shirt on:
to bet all one has on (a horse, etc)
wear a hair shirt:
to deliberately make your own life unpleasant or uncomfortable in a way that is not necessary
the part of a shirt extending below the waist
a woman's blouse or bodice tailored more or less like a shirt
keep one's shirt on:
to remain patient or calm
lose one's shirt on:
to lose all one has on (a horse, etc)
a servant, esp female, who does menial work of all kinds; drudge
in one's shirt sleeves:
not wearing a coat or jacket over one's shirt
put your shirt on something:
to bet or risk a large amount of money on something because you are convinced that it will win or succeed
been there, done that (got the t-shirt):
People say been there, done that to show that they have had a similar experience to the one that has just been mentioned .