Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Shirt"

The meaning of "Shirt" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'd give my shirt off my back just to get you back mean?
A: "I'd give my shirt off my back just to get you back"

This like figurative speech.

Simply, I think it means that he would give up everything he owns to get her back (including the things on him).

And so, it shows how desperate he is to be able to be with her.
Q: What does he removed his shirt and trousers and folded them over a chair, then WRIGGLED OUT of his boxer shorts mean?
A: Wriggled out means to get out of something that is tight and requires wiggling or shifting back and forth.
Q: What does take the shirt off his back mean?
A: It means to take so much from someone that you leave them with nothing, not even their clothes. This is something people say when they feel like someone is taking too much from them.
Q: What does I've had this shirt for like six years.
Until this mornijg, I wasn't into it at all
but now, it's like my tastes have changed.
a: I wasn't into it at all? What does that mean? mean?
A: to “be into” something means “you like” it. This person said “I *wasn’t* into it..” so that meant he did *not* like it.

You can use it positively/negatively ~

I’m into Chinese food (I like Chinese food)

I’m into martial arts (I like martial arts)

I’m not into that kind of stuff (I don’t like that kind of stuff)

This phrase “to be into” is used in everyday/informal speech, so I wouldn’t recommend using this in writing.
Q: What does I have one shirt mean?
A: Eu tenho uma camisa

Example sentences using "Shirt"

Q: Please show me example sentences with t-shirt and shirt .
Q: Please show me example sentences with tuck and shirts.
A: ‘Tuck in your shirt!’
‘Her fashion style is mostly made up of tucked in shirts and jeans.’
‘He hates shirts that cannot be tucked in.’
etc
Q: Please show me example sentences with they shirt was from his mother.
A: Como??

Creo que quieres decir:

The shirt was from his mother.

Y, eso significa

La camisa vino desde su madre. / Su madre regaló esa camisa a él.
Q: Please show me example sentences with shirt .
A: I have a blue shirt I want to wear
The shirt I bought at the store was pretty
The shirt was too big for me

Synonyms of "Shirt" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between checked shirt and plaid shirt ?
A: Not much.
There are several names for these types of prints. Examples:
Gingham
Plaid
Checked
Lumberjack
Houndstooth
Q: What is the difference between tuck in the shirt and tuck in the pants ?
A: tucking in the shirt is putting the shirt into (pants/shorts/jeans etc.)
you don't really tuck in pants unless you mean the pocket of the pants!

Q: What is the difference between "He's wearing a blue shirt" and "He has a blue shirt on" ?
A: They both mean the same thing.

In order to wear something, you must have it on your body. To wear something means to have something on. Therefore, if you have a shirt on, you are wearing that shirt.
Q: What is the difference between shirt and muscle shirt ?
A: A shirt is a just a in general word for any shirt that covers your upper body
A muscle shirt is usually referring to a white sleeveless shirt that shows off a person's muscles
Q: What is the difference between t-shirt and shirt ?
A: A "shirt" is any top that you wear. It could be a blouse, a jersey, or even a halter. The "t" in the word "t" shirt comes from the way a shirt with sleeves look when it's stretched out. It resembles the letter "t". So shirts with sleeves (most commonly used when referring to short sleeves) can be referred to as "t-shirts". But instead of calling it a "t-shirt" it's ok to call all shirts (including "t-shirts") Shirts, unless you want to be more specific.

Translations of "Shirt"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1) The shirt is _____________. 2 ) The shirt is_____________.
A: 1) Untucked 2) Tucked
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'll wear a t- shirt tomorrow then.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does this shirt say? 😂
A: Waaah! Thanks for the quick message 😝❣
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 我們公司還有polo shirt ?Mr King 問我要一件。
A: Our company still has polo shirts. Mr King asked me for one polo shirt.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to buy a shirt
A: I want to buy a shirt

Other questions about "Shirt"

Q: Which shirt fits you the best in these three?
Which shirt fits you the best between these three?
I think the largest blue one.
does this sound natural?
A: "Which shirt fits you the best of these three?" or to be a little clearer you can say "Of these three, which shirt fits you the best?"
Q: 1. Your shirt is inside out.
2. Your shirt is on inside out.
Which is natural?
If both are natural, is there a difference?
A: They both sound natural and they mean the same thing. There is no difference between them. #2 just has one extra word ("on"),but it is not necessary.
Q: This shirt is suitable for you. does this sound natural?
A: You also probably say ..

This shirt looks good on you.
or
This shirt fits you well.
Q: I don't know which shirt to wear
or I don't know which shirts to wear.

😰😰 does this sound natural?
A: The first one is natural.
"What book should I buy?"
"Which colour do you like?"
"Whose house is this?"

Notice the noun after is always singular. Unless you use,
"What kind of books should I buy?"
"Which are the colours that you like?"
Q: A: Don't you think this shirt is cofl?
B: No, because it looks cheaper than that one. does this sound natural?
A: No. In English regardless of a positive or negatively phrased question, always answer as if the question were positive. The negative phrasing adds emphasis, but does not change the way you answer the question.

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