Meaning of SLEEVE in English

SLEEVE

noun

1 piece of clothing that covers arm

ADJECTIVE

▪ long , short

▪ left , right

▪ full , wide

▪ three-quarter ( esp. AmE ), three-quarter length

▪ rolled-up

▪ coat , jacket , shirt , etc.

▪ removable

VERB + SLEEVE

▪ push back , push up , roll up

She rolled up her ~s and got down to work.

▪ roll down

▪ tug at , tug on

I looked around to see who was tugging at my ~.

PREPOSITION

▪ in … ~s

It was sunny, and everyone was in short ~s.

▪ on a/the ~

There's tomato on your ~.

2 envelope for a CD, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ album , CD , DVD , record

▪ cardboard , plastic

▪ protective

▪ inner , outer

The inner ~ folds out to reveal nine different covers.

▪ gatefold

VERB + SLEEVE

▪ design

He designed record ~s for the Rolling Stones.

SLEEVE + NOUN

▪ notes

The music is explained in the extensive ~ notes.

▪ design

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .