Large list of clothes idioms about shirts and their meanings
How each idioms is listed
There are 3 parts for each idiom the first part is what the idiom is, then there is an explanation of what the idiom means and the last part is an example of how to use it in a sentence.
How to use the list of clothes idioms A to Z?
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- Clothes idioms about sleeves
- Clothes idioms about hats
- Clothes idioms about shoes
- Clothes idioms about coats
- Clothes idioms about the shirts
- Clothes idioms about the coats
- Clothes idioms about the pockets
- Clothes idioms about boots
- Clothes idioms about the pants
- Clothes idioms about the belts
These links are not on the A to z of idioms only on the common animals idioms
Clothes idioms about shirts
give (someone) the shirt off one's back
- to be very generous to someone
My uncle is very kind and he will give you the shirt off his back.
hot under the collar
- to be very angry
Our boss is hot under the collar today because three of the staff came late.
keep one's shirt on
- to keep from losing one's temper or from getting excited, to be calm or patient
"Keep your shirt on. You shouldn't get so excited about such a small problem."
lose one's shirt
- to lose all or most of one's money
The man lost his shirt gambling and now he is in serious financial difficulty.
a stuffed shirt
- a person who is too rigid or too formal
I do not want to invite my neighbor to come with us because he is a stuffed shirt and not very interesting to spend time with.
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