English
1. I need a solid Tshirt.
2. I need a plain Tshirt.
3. I need a solidcolor Tshirt.
4. I need a selfcolor Tshirt.
5. I need a onecolor Tshirt.
6. I need a unicolor Tshirt.

Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are commonly used?
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2, 3, and maybe 6 would be commonly used.
1 would be OK if you wrote/said, "I need a solidcolor Tshirt"  but then, that's #3, isn't it? =)posted by Writeacher
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