Definition of collar in English:
- In the context of an interview with mainstream corporate America, it's best to cover your tattoos and piercings with long-sleeved shirts, blouses, collars, and such.
- Tweed jackets are popular with the men, along with garish ties and socks, coloured shirts with white collars, coats with velvet lapels, yellow cords - all topped off with a flat cap or a trilby.
- The dangling detached polo shirt collars and tiny tee shirts may take some getting used to.
- The proposal would affect any cat not under an owner's direct control or without a collar.
- The basic training tools will be a collar, leash, chew toys and bones, gates, crates, and a bed.
- She licked my face as I fastened the leash onto her collar.
- Then, if all went well, they would outfit the two-and-a-half-foot-long bird with a radio collar and transmitter.
- Testosterone-implanted males (with a control collar) were trialed against males with red, orange, blue, and control brown collars.
- One option was to fit animals with GPS collars, which get position fixes from satellites to monitor movements and activity patterns.
- But unless he can replace the stolen tack, collars and harness, he will be unable to take part.
- The rigid collar and tandem harness allowed teams to pull with equal strength and greater efficiency.
- Diversion collars placed around the pipes, just below the sand surface, can be retrofitted if this begins to happen.
- The concrete pipes and collars on the sandy bottom created a tangled mass of intestines that lay unconnected to anything.
- So when the collar for new valve went round the pipe, there wasn't contact all the way round, due to a distinct lack of pipe.
- For the measurements, stem was severed above the collar region and the roots sealed in the pressure chamber.
- Trees up to 15.0 cm diameter at the root collar were included in the sample.
- Cross sections collected at the root collar and at every meter were analyzed using standard dendrochronological techniques.
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- The handling, collaring, and release were done by a Romanian wildlife technician named Marius Scurtu, a sturdy young man with an unassuming grin and a missing front tooth.
- Originally trapped and collared in a remote valley near the city of Brasov, Timis and her pack soon relocated themselves closer and began making nocturnal forays into town.
- To track the fate of young antelope, Berger and her biologist husband, Joel Berger, radio collared 38 fawns last summer.
- Rookie cops graduate from the police academy anxious to collar real criminals.
- Crime-busting technology used by police to collar urban criminals is helping to catch wildlife thieves.
- That's slim consolation, however, for the 50-odd banks the Friday Night Bank Robber knocked over before he was finally collared.
- Rick left Edie's side immediately and collared David.
- Brian Beard collared him after the game and there was a slightly serious element in his first question.
- He was hoping to collar someone who would tell him what was up.
accolade from (early 17th century):
The Provençal word acolada is the source of accolade. This literally meant an embrace or a clasping around the neck, and described the gesture of a friendly hug that was sometimes made when knighting someone, as an early alternative to a stroke on the shoulder with the flat of a sword. The ultimate root of the Provençal word is Latin collum ‘neck’, from which we also get collar (Middle English).
- Example sentences
- Clad in black jeans and a collarless white T-shirt, a calm and composed Mr. Gajmer, accompanied by his parents, said at a press conference in Chennai: ‘I am very happy and yet undecided on what to do with the money.’
- We encourage employees to define for themselves what is acceptable, but jeans, trainers, crop tops and collarless shirts are definitely out.
- The Beatles made skinny pants and collarless jackets the rage!
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