blouse

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bluz

Kız kardeşine bluzünü ütületti. - She had her blouse ironed by her sister.

Janet bir etek ve bir bluz satın aldı. - Janet bought a skirt and a blouse.

{i} asker ceketi
{i} gömlek
(Askeri) günlük ceket
kadın gömleği
sarkmak
bulüz

O, kırmızı bir bulüz giyiyordu. - She was wearing a red blouse.

Bu bulüzü sever misiniz? - Do you like this blouse?

(Askeri) GÜNLÜK CEKET: Bak. "service coat"
kendini bırakmak
shirt
gömlek

Şu gömlek için sadece on dolar ödedi. - He only paid ten dollars for that shirt.

O gömlek çok kirli. Okula gitmeden önce yıkanılması gerek. - That shirt is very dirty. It needs washing before you go to school.

shirt
{i} bluz

Bluzunun altında neyin var? - What do you have under the shirt?

blouses
bluzlar

Pamuktan yapılmış bluzları tercih ediyorum. - I prefer blouses made from cotton.

shirt-blouse
şömizye
knitted blouse
örgü bluz
strappy blouse
askılı bluz
big girl's blouse
muhallebi çocuğu
evening blouse
(Tekstil) gece blüzü
i would like a belt to match this blouse
bu bluza uygun kemer rica ediyorum
i would like a silk scarf to match this blouse
bu bluza uygun ipek eşarp rica ediyorum
shirt
mintan
shirt blouse
bluz (yakalı)
İngilizce - İngilizce
An outer garment, usually loose, that is similar to a shirt and reaches from the neck to the waist or below. Nowadays, in colloquial use, blouse refers almost always to a woman's shirt that buttons down the front
A loose-fitting uniform jacket
To tuck one's pants/trousers (into one's boots)

An anonymous black soldier summed up his feelings by declaring, If I fail to blouse my boots, or wear an Afro, I get socked. .

To hang a garment in loose folds
{i} shirt
A blouse is a kind of shirt worn by a girl or woman. a shirt for women
{f} puff out, droop, hang loosely
A light, loose over-garment, like a smock frock, worn especially by workingmen in France; also, a loose coat of any material, as the undress uniform coat of the United States army
a top worn by women
an outer garment, usually loose, that is similar to a shirt and reaches from the neck to the waist or below. Nowadays, in colloquial use, blouse refers almost always to a womans shirt that buttons down the front
big girl's blouse
An effeminate or weak man, a sissy
blousy
Resembling or characteristic of a blouse
peasant blouse
A woman's blouse, based on traditional European peasant dress, with puffed sleeves and square neckline
shirtwaist blouse
a shirtwaist
A blouse
smock
blouses
plural of blouse
knitted blouse
blouse made by looping yarn together
middy blouse
A woman's or child's loose blouse with a sailor collar
silk blouse
delicate shirt that is made out of silk cloth
blouse

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    blaus

    Zıt anlamlılar

    unblouse

    Telaffuz

    /ˈblous/ /ˈblaʊs/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'blaus also 'blauz ] (noun.) 1828. 1828, from French blouse (“a workman's or peasant's smock”), of obscure origin. Perhaps from French blousse (“scraps of wool used mostly for flannel”) from Occitan (lano) blouso (“pure or short (wool)”) from blous, blos (“pure, empty, bare”), of Germanic origin, from Old High German blōz "naked, bare" (German bloß "bare"), or a conflation of the aforementioned and French blaude, bliaud (“a kind of smock”) from Old French bliau, also of Germanic origin, from Frankish *blīfald (“topcoat of scarlet colour”) from blī- "coloured, bright" + -fald (“crease, fold”). More at blee, fold.

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