polo shirt

polo shirt
a short-sleeved, pullover sport shirt, usually of cotton or cottonlike knit, with a round neckband or a turnover collar. Also called polo.

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  • polo shirt — ► NOUN ▪ a casual short sleeved shirt with a collar and two or three buttons at the neck …   English terms dictionary

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  • polo shirt — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms polo shirt : singular polo shirt plural polo shirts a cotton shirt with a collar, a few buttons at the neck, and short sleeves …   English dictionary

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  • polo shirt — /ˈpoʊloʊ ʃɜt/ (say pohloh shert) noun a short sleeved top, similar to a T shirt, but having a collar and buttoned placket. {from the style of shirt worn by polo players} …  

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