keep your shirt on

keep your shirt on
keep your shirt on informal stay calm.
Main Entry: shirt

English terms dictionary. 2015.

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  • keep your shirt on — informal phrase used for telling someone who is beginning to get angry not to get annoyed Thesaurus: expressions showing anger and used in argumentshyponym arguments and arguingsynonym Main entry: shirt * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep your shirt on — keep (your) shirt on to stay calm. The meeting may be pretty unpleasant, so promise me you ll keep your shirt on. Related vocabulary: keep your cool …   New idioms dictionary

  • Keep your shirt on! — Keep (your) shirt on! British, American & Australian, informal, British & Australian, informal a slightly impolite way of telling someone who is angry to try to be calm and patient. Keep your shirt on! I ll be with you in a second …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep your shirt on! — This idiom is used to tell someone to calm down …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • keep your shirt on! —    This idiom is used to tell someone to calm down.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If you tell somebody to keep their shirt on, you are asking them to calm down.     Keep your shirt on Bob. Just give your version of the story! …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Keep your shirt on! — AND Keep your pants on! exclam. Just wait a minute! □ I’ll be right with you. Keep your shirt on! □ Keep your pants on! You’re next …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • keep your shirt on — be calm, do not rush me, do not get your shirt in a knot    When we asked Dad to hurry, he d say, Keep your shirt on …   English idioms

  • keep your shirt on — informal stay calm. → shirred …   English new terms dictionary

  • keep your shirt on — informal used for telling someone who is beginning to get angry not to get annoyed …   English dictionary

  • Keep your shirt on! —   This idiom is used to tell someone to calm down …   Dictionary of English idioms

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