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The predominant term in American English, at least according to Google Ngrams is "checked shirt" what I'd use , with "checkered shirt" and "check shirt" both around half the frequency. It seems checked shirt may be slightly more common than check or checkered in the US. I hope they eventually get around to fixing this. This doesn't mean that there's no difference between plaid and checked for anyone, but as Wikipedia suggests,. Thank you for your interest in this question.

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The following numbers are for collocates with shirt , for example, plaid shirt. It seems checked shirt may be slightly more common than check or checkered in the US. The British National Corpus does not seem to have many instances referencing these patterns, but it does suggest that the checked shirt and check shirt variants are more common in British English than plaid.

This doesn't mean that there's no difference between plaid and checked for anyone, but as Wikipedia suggests,. In summary, for American English, you might want to avoid the question entirely and substitute the much more common plaid. For British English, or to be understood internationally, checked is likely a good way to describe this type of pattern and as Peter Shor notes, check shirt and checked shirt will not be easily distinguishable in speech in any case. Thank you for your interest in this question.

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Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. Angel 46 1 1 2. The predominant term in American English, at least according to Google Ngrams is "checked shirt" what I'd use , with "checkered shirt" and "check shirt" both around half the frequency. In the northeast US, I agree that "checked shirt" would be most common for alternating colored blocks of approximately the same size like this , although "checkered shirt" is not uncommon.

The shirt pictured in the above answer would commonly be described as plaid, but I agree that checkered would be acceptable. Interesting, I've never seen "check shirt" or "checked shirt" used in this context.

I assumed it was just a British English thing. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered.

Angel 46 1 1 2. The predominant term in American English, at least according to Google Ngrams is "checked shirt" what I'd use , with "checkered shirt" and "check shirt" both around half the frequency. In the northeast US, I agree that "checked shirt" would be most common for alternating colored blocks of approximately the same size like this , although "checkered shirt" is not uncommon.

The shirt pictured in the above answer would commonly be described as plaid, but I agree that checkered would be acceptable.

Interesting, I've never seen "check shirt" or "checked shirt" used in this context. I assumed it was just a British English thing. I rescind my edit saying it is unused in American English. Barrie England k 9 Depending on your sense of style, the two may never be the same.

Google Ngrams says that "checked shirt" and "check shirt" are used nearly equally often in the U. Of course, it's possible they are both pronounced "check shirt". Any difference would be barely noticeable. I can't say that it inspires confidence that the first few results for "check shirt" British English are obviously American sources.

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