- [C] 衬衫,衬衣 loose-fitting garment (usually worn by men) for the upper part of the body, made of cotton, linen, silk, etc., with long or short sleeves
a garment worn on the upper half of the body
put a shirt on
- She shortened the shirt by an inch.
- What size of collar is this shirt?
- Will you stitch a button on this shirt?
- Would you sew this button onto my shirt?
- My husband has several shirts of different colors.
- This shirt is made of cotton.
- My shirt is the worse for wear.
- He has not a shirt to his back.
- He stained his shirt with spilt soup.
- He wore a woolen vest beneath his shirt.
- She made a blouse out of an old shirt of her father's.
- At a word the salesgirl brought out three shirts of different sizes for the customer to choose from.
- The man had his hand bound up with shabby strips of shirt.
- give the shirt off one's back
什么都给 give everything to others
give sb the shirt off one's back
He'd give you the shirt off his back.
- keep one's shirt on
〈口〉保持镇静; 不发脾气 remain calm; not lose one's temper
- lose one's shirt
〈非正〉丧失全部财产 lose everything
- put one's shirt on
把钱全部押在…上; 孤注一掷 bet all one's money on sth
- work in one's shirt sleeve
在办公室不穿着外套上班; 不拘形式 work without wearing a coat or jacket
- air sb a shirt 给…晾件衬衫
- bet one's shirt on 确信成功,孤注一掷
- get sb's shirt off 惹怒某人
- give sb a wet shirt 使…累得汗流浃背
- keep one's shirt on 耐着性子
- lose one's shirt 丧失全部财产
- put on a shirt 穿一件衬衫
- put one's shirt on 确信成功,孤注一掷
- strip off one's shirt 脱掉衬衫
- take off a shirt 脱下衬衫
- wear a shirt 穿一件衬衫
- dirty shirt 脏衬衫
- dry shirt 干衬衫
- ready-made shirt 现成的衬衫
- still-collared shirt 硬领衬衫
- wash-and-wear shirt 免烫衬衫
- wet shirt 湿衬衫
- white shirt 白衬衫
He wore a striped light jacket..a white shirt and a pair of blue trousers.出自： B. W. Aldiss
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的scyrte，意为裙，下摆，长套衫；最初源自原始日耳曼语的skurtijon，意为短的服装。