Meaning of SLEEVE in English


noun Etymology: Middle English sleve, from Old English slīefe; perhaps akin to Old English slēfan to slip (clothes) on, slūpan to slip, Old High German sliofan, Latin lubricus slippery Date: before 12th century 1. a part of a garment covering an arm, ~let , 2. a tubular part (as a hollow axle or a bushing) designed to fit over another part, an open-ended flat or tubular packaging or cover, ~d adjective ~less adjective

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