a short-sleeved, pullover sport shirt, usually of cotton or cottonlike knit, with a round neckband or a turnover collar.
- Also called polo.
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How to use polo shirt in a sentence
Lanky, bespectacled, and sporting a buttoned-up polo shirt and jacket, Zhou is more refined engineer than rugged outdoorsman, and his early videos were a cross between PBS cooking show and children’s science program.Meet the Creator of the Outdoor Wok with a Six-Month Wait List | klindsey | October 15, 2021 | Outside Online
The Proud Boys, for example, recently hijacked the Fred Perry logo, causing the company to discontinue a polo shirt.‘On a learning curve here’: E-commerce platforms still struggling with hateful listings | Erika Wheless | January 14, 2021 | Digiday
He was wearing a polo shirt bearing on one sleeve a pro-police “Blue Lives Matter” flag logo.Man who posed at Pelosi desk said in Facebook post that he is prepared for violent death | Jon Swaine | January 7, 2021 | Washington Post
He was one of the first rappers to rock a polo shirt, and he attends high-end fashion shows.12-12-12 Concert’s Best Moments: Springsteen, Bon Jovi & More (VIDEO) | The Daily Beast Video | December 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Kate, wearing a white Team GB polo shirt and navy blazer, watched the British team lost 2-1 to Argentina.
She looked relaxed, with her glossy hair dow, and sporting a Team GB polo shirt.
On the seventh day, they wore “civvies,” typically trousers and a polo shirt.In Tom Cruise Divorce, Scientology Loses Fashion Icons | Rebecca Dana | July 6, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Sultan was pacing back and forth, wearing dusty khaki puttees, brown plastic boots, a yellow polo shirt.Sjambak | John Holbrook Vance
British Dictionary definitions for polo shirt
a knitted cotton short-sleeved shirt with a collar and three-button opening at the neck
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