shirt

shirt
{ʃə:t}
1. риза (мъжка)
2. шемизета (и SHIRT blouse)
to put one's SHIRT on залагам всичките си пари на
to lose one's SHIRT претърпявам голяма загуба, загубвам много пари
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{shъ:t} n 1. риза (мьжка); 2. шемизета (и shirt blouse); to put o.'s
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n риза;keep your SHIRT on sl не се вълнувай;put one's SHIRT on a horse залагам последния си грош;in SHIRT-sleeves по ръкави;shirt; n 1. риза (мьжка); 2. шемизета (и shirt blouse); to put o.'s shirt on залагам всичките си
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1. to lose one's shirt претърпявам голяма загуба, загубвам много пари 2. to put one's shirt on залагам всичките си пари на 3. риза (мъжка) 4. шемизета (и shirt blouse)
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shirt[ʃə:t] n 1. риза (мъжка); not to have a \shirt on o.'s back прен. нямам риза на гърба си; to give the very \shirt off o.'s back събличам ризата от гърба си (за да я подаря някому); 2. шемизетка, блуза; to get o.'s \shirt off (out) разсърдвам се, разлютявам се; to keep o.'s \shirt on запазвам спокойствие, не проявявам нервност, не се вълнувам; to put o.'s \shirt on залагам всичките си пари на.

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