Spanish Word for shirt  

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English Word: shirt

Spanish Word: la camisa
The Spanish Word for shirt
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Translated sentences containing 'shirt'
I want to buy a shirt.
Quiero comprar una camisa.
The shirt has a stain.
La camisa tiene una mancha.
I asked for a red shirt.
Yo pedí una camisa roja.
The T-shirt is dirty.
La camiseta está sucia.
The shirt is in the closet.
La camisa está en el armario.
I want to buy a new shirt.
Yo quiero comprar una camisa nueva.
My shirt is orange.
Mi camisa es naranja.
Do you like this shirt?
¿A ti te gusta esta camisa?
The yellow shirt costs thirty five dollars.
La camisa amarilla cuesta treinta y cinco dólares.
I want the blue shirt.
Yo quiero la camisa azul.
The blue shirt is very pretty. It costs twenty five dollars.
La camisa azul es muy bonita. Cuesta veinticinco dólares.
My shirt is orange.
Mi camisa es naranja.
to take off one's shirt
quitarse la camisa
He has a brown shirt.
Él tiene una camisa marrón.
My favorite shirt is red.
Mi camiseta favorita es roja.
Luis dried his hands with his shirt.
Luis se secó las manos con su camisa.
I asked for a red shirt.
Yo pedí una camisa roja.
I like the yellow shirt.
A mí me gusta la camisa amarilla.
The yellow shirt is pretty.
La camisa amarilla es bonita.
Miss, do you know if the yellow shirt is (made of) cotton?
Señorita, ¿Sabe usted si la camisa amarilla es de algodón?

They should inspire us all to roll up our shirt sleeves.
Deberían inspirarnos para ponernos manos a la obra.
One of my favourite examples is this shirt that I am wearing.
Uno de mis ejemplos favoritos es la camisa que llevo puesta.
'Transparent' is what your shirt may be, while 'perspiration' is what is sometimes seen under the arms.
Lo uno se da bajo las axilas, lo otro es lo que se ve bajo la camisa.
The T-shirt party up there have the text 'Respect the "no”'.
El partido de las camisetas lleva el texto "Respeta el "no”".
I thought you had left, because you were in shirt-sleeves when you spoke!
Creí que ya no estaba aquí porque antes ha hablado en mangas de camisa.
For your information, I can point out that I am wearing neither a tie, shirt nor jacket.
Para su información señalo que no llevo corbata, ni camisa, ni americana.
Here is one example: this is a Manchester United football shirt, coveted by many youngsters.
He aquí un ejemplo: esta es una camiseta de fútbol del Manchester United, codiciada por muchos jóvenes.
I am wearing a white shirt to express my solidarity with and protest against lies and violence.
Llevo puesta una camisa blanca para expresar mi solidaridad y protestar contra las mentiras y la violencia.
How nice it is to have a warm home-spun shirt instead of a threadbare EU overcoat.
Qué agradable es tener una cálida chaqueta tejida en casa en lugar de un raído abrigo de la Unión Europea.
Madam President, the 'red-shirt' demonstrations have been suppressed with bloodshed.
Señora Presidenta, las manifestaciones de los "camisas rojas" han sido reprimidas con un baño de sangre.
Mr President, I am standing here in my shirt-sleeves because it is so unbearably hot in the Chamber.
Señor Presidente, estoy en mangas de camisa porque hace un calor tremendo en esta sala.
Mr President, when we looked at the initial proposal right at the beginning, 18 months ago, we saw what many would describe as a 'wrinkly shirt'.
Señor Presidente, al principio, cuando estudiamos la propuesta inicial hace 18 meses, vimos lo que muchos describirían como "muchas pegas".
author. - Madam President, Thailand is going through a violent crisis with the red-shirt demonstrators on the one hand, and the army and the yellow-shirts on the other.
autora. - Señora Presidenta, Tailandia atraviesa una violenta crisis con los manifestantes de camisa roja, por una parte, y el ejército y los camisas amarillas, por la otra.
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