English - Vietnamese Dictionary
collar /'kɔlə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cổ áo
- soft collar: cổ mềm
- stiff collar: cổ cứng
- detachable collar: cổ rời
- (kỹ thuật) vòng đai; vòng đệm
- to be in collar
- đang làm việc, đang có làm việc
- to be out of collar
- không có việc làm, thất nghiệp
- to work against the collar
- làm việc hết sức căng thẳng; vất vả cực nhọc
- ngoại động từ
- (từ lóng) chiếm, lây, xoáy
- cuôn lại mà nướng (thịt, cá)
- (thể dục,thể thao) chặn (đối phương đang cầm bóng) (bóng bầu dục)
collars|collared|collaring'kɒləAdvanced English Dictionary
+a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over
+the stitching that forms the rim of a shoe or boot
+a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it
+necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck
+a figurative restraint
+the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)
+take into custody
+seize by the neck or collar
+furnish with a collar
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 the part around the neck of a shirt, jacket or coat that usually folds down: a coat with a fur collar + I turned up my collar against the wind (= to keep warm). + He always wears a collar and tie for work.
See also - BLUE-COLLAR, DOG COLLAR, WHITE-COLLAR, WING COLLAR
2 a band of leather or plastic put around the neck of an animal, especially a dog: a collar and lead / leash
3 (technical) a band made of a strong material that is put round sth, such as a pipe or a piece of machinery, to strengthen it or to join two parts together
Idioms see HOT adj.
+ verb [VN] (informal)
1 to capture sb and hold them tightly so that they cannot escape from you: Police collared the culprit as he was leaving the premises.
2 to stop sb in order to talk to them: I was collared in the street by a woman doing a survey.
1 on a shirt, coat, dress, etc.
His tie was knotted below his open collar. His collar was undone.
| button-down, turned-down | tight | starched, stiff | detachable | coat, shirt, etc. | high, stand-up, wing | clerical, dog
The vicar had his dog collar on.
VERB + COLLAR
The shirt had a button-down collar.
| have on, wear | button, do up, fasten | unbutton, undo, unfasten | raise, turn up
She turned up her coat collar for extra warmth.
| turn down | loosen
COLLAR + NOUN
stud | size
collar and tie
He wore a collar and tie for the occasion.
2 round an animal's neck
dog | flea
VERB + COLLAR
have on, wear | slip
The dog slipped its collar and ran off.
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