English version

sleeve

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
sleevesleeve /sliːv/ ●●○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DCthe part of a piece of clothing that covers all or part of your arm πŸ”Š a dress with long sleeveslong-sleeved/short-sleeved etc πŸ”Š a short-sleeved shirt2 β†’ have something up your sleeve3 APMa stiff paper cover that a record is stored in syn jacket
Examples from the Corpus
sleeveβ€’ Very suitable - high neck and nice long sleeves.β€’ She lowered the sleeves, down, down, until they reached her wrists.β€’ On completion, the top of the sleeve was not 44 centimetres.β€’ But it is an astutely packaged and worthwhile collection none the less, with translations from the Zulu on the sleeve.β€’ He had a grey walrus moustache and was wearing a collarless shirt with the sleeves rolled up.β€’ Thick, dark hair curled around his face and his rolled-up sleeves revealed strong, well-muscled arms.
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