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I've heard we say for example "I want a blue T-shirt in large"
Similarly do we say "I want a blue T-shirt in Xlarge/ in 2xlarge/ in xsmall?"
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shininggirlSimilarly do we say "I want a blue T-shirt in Xlarge/ in 2xlarge/ in xsmall?"
How would you 'say' that, shininggirl?
For example/ I want a blue T-shirt in xlarge.

on the marks of the clothes it is written large or xlarge or xxxlarge as the size. How do I say these sizes in English sentences?
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shininggirl. How do I say these sizes in English sentences?
You have not written them in spoken English. For example, your first sentence would be:

"I want a blue T-shirt in extra large."

Now, how do you think you would read the others?
I don't know.
How should I say that in spoken English?
shininggirlHow should I say that in spoken English?
Give it a try, at least.
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You see for example XXS as a clothing size.
How do you say XXS in spoken English?
You got a hint with XL being said as "extra large."
So XL would be "___ ____"

However, we usually say "two ex" and "three ex" for "extra-extra large" or "double extra large" and "triple extra large."

I don't know how people say XXL.
Here's a cultural note.

Where I live, I would never go into a store and say I want a blue T-shirt . . .
This sounds very rude.

I'd say I'd like a blue T-shirt . . . please.

Clive
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