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Tube top

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  • tube top — tube tops N COUNT A tube top is a piece of women s clothing that is made of stretchy material and covers her chest but leaves her shoulders bare. [AM] (in BRIT, use boob tube) …   English dictionary

  • tube top — n AmE informal a piece of women s clothing that goes around your chest and back to cover your breasts but does not cover your shoulders or stomach …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tube top — tube ,top noun count AMERICAN a tight piece of clothing for women that covers from below the shoulders to above the waist …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tube top — n. a one piece, tight fitting, sleeveless and strapless woman s garment for the upper body …   English World dictionary

  • tube top — a woman s strapless top, usually of elasticized fabric that fits snugly on the body. * * * tube top UK US noun [countable] [singular tube top plural tube tops] american a boob tube Thesaurus: shirts, t shirts and tops …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tube top — A tube top (British: boob tube) is a shoulderless, sleeveless tube that wraps the torso (not reaching higher than the armpits). Such a top is generally very tight over the breasts in order to prevent the garment from falling. Usually this is… …   Wikipedia

  • tube top — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms tube top : singular tube top plural tube tops American a boob tube …   English dictionary

  • tube top — noun A one piece strapless tube shaped top worn by women, leaving shoulders and belly button exposed. Syn: boob tube …   Wiktionary

  • tube top — noun (C) AmE informal a piece of women s clothing that goes around your chest and back to cover your breasts but does not cover your shoulders or stomach; boob tube BrE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tube top — a woman s strapless top, usually of elasticized fabric that fits snugly on the body. * * * …   Universalium

  • tube — (n.) 1610s, from M.Fr. tube (mid 15c.), from L. tubus tube, pipe, of unknown origin. The London subway was christened the Twopenny Tube before it even opened (H.D. Browne, in the Londoner of June 30, 1900); tube for cylindrical railway tunnel is… …   Etymology dictionary


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