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  ( shirts    plural  )
1       n-count   A shirt is a piece of clothing that you wear on the upper part of your body. Shirts have a collar, sleeves, and buttons down the front.  
    dress shirt  
    stuffed shirt  

dress shirt        ( dress shirts    plural  ) A dress shirt is a special shirt which men wear on formal occasions. It is worn with a dinner jacket and bow tie.      n-count  
hair shirt        ( hair shirts    plural  )
1       n-count   A hair shirt is a shirt made of rough uncomfortable cloth which some religious people used to wear to punish themselves.  
2       n-count   If you say that someone is wearing a hair shirt, you mean that they are trying to punish themselves to show they are sorry for something they have done.  
No one is asking you to put on a hair shirt and give up all your luxuries.     
polo shirt        ( polo shirts    plural  ) A polo shirt is a soft short-sleeved piece of clothing with a collar, which you put on over your head.      n-count  
shirt-tail        ( shirt-tails    plural  ) , shirttail   Shirt-tails are the long parts of a shirt below the waist.      n-count  
He wore sandals and old jeans and his shirt-tails weren't tucked in.     
stuffed shirt        ( stuffed shirts    plural  ) If you describe someone, especially someone with an important position, as a stuffed shirt, you mean that they are extremely formal and old-fashioned.  
INFORMAL      n-count  
In a pinstriped suit he instantly looked like a stuffed shirt.     
T-shirt        ( T-shirts    plural  ) , tee-shirt   A T-shirt is a cotton shirt with no collar or buttons. T-shirts usually have short sleeves.      n-count  
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