Sweatshirt vs Pullover what difference

what is difference between Sweatshirt and Pullover

English

Alternative forms

  • sweat shirt

Etymology

From sweat +‎ shirt.

Pronunciation

Noun

sweatshirt (plural sweatshirts)

  1. A loose shirt, usually made of a knit fleece, for athletic wear and now often used as casual apparel.
  2. A shirt worn against the skin, usually under other clothing, to absorb sweat.
    Synonym: undershirt

Derived terms

  • sweatshirting

Translations

Anagrams

  • swarthiest

Norman

Etymology

Borrowed from English sweatshirt.

Noun

sweatshirt m (plural sweatshirts)

  1. (Jersey) sweatshirt


English

Etymology

From the verb phrase pull over.

Noun

pullover (plural pullovers)

  1. A sweater that must be put on by pulling it over the head; a sweater without buttons or a zipper in front
  2. (weightlifting) An exercise performed lying on the back in which the arms are extended behind the head and exertion lifts the weight above the head.
  3. (gymnastics, horizontal bar) An exercise in which the gymnast pulls up from a hang lifting the legs up and over the bar thus rolling into a support position.
  4. (chiefly law enforcement) An instance of a vehicle being pulled over.
    • 2010, D. E. Gray, The Warrior in Me (page 23)
      I followed my training in the academy regarding vehicle pullovers.

Descendants

Translations

See also

  • cardigan
  • jumper
  • pushover
  • sweater
  • sweatshirt

Anagrams

  • overpull

Italian

Etymology

Borrowed from English pullover.

Noun

pullover m (invariable)

  1. pullover, sweater

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