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    Do up

    Hi guys,

    If somebody's shirt collar is not in the right position, I mean if it is standing, or if somebodys cloths(Like shirt) are wrinkled or I do not know what is the word used for this(Like untidy, I mean the cloths are clean not dirty), could you please tell me the word that can be used, and what we have to say to that person, like what "Do up your collar or shirt"?

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    Re: Do up

    Please reply friends.

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    Re: Do up

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    Hi guys,

    If somebody's shirt collar is not in the right position, I mean if it is standing, or if somebodyscloths(Like shirt) are wrinkled or I do not know what is the word used for this(Like untidy, I mean the cloths are clean not dirty), could you please tell me the word that can be used, and what we have to say to that person, like what "Do up your collar or shirt"?
    The term is clothing, not cloths. I would say "You need to adjust your collar." "Your shirt and trousers are wrinkled."

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