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Noun
Plural for the part around the neck of a shirt, blouse, jacket or coat, either upright or turned over
“A blue chambray shirt with a button-downed collar was tucked neatly into the waistband of a pair of perfectly fitting black jeans.”
Noun
Plural for something worn around the neck
“The bride had on her head a coronet set full of diamonds, with a diamond collar about her neck and shoulders.”
Noun
Plural for a connecting band or pipe in machinery
“So when the collar for the new valve went round the pipe, there wasn't contact all the way round, due to a distinct lack of pipe.”
Noun
Plural for the action of seizing someone and taking them into custody
Noun
Plural for seizing something
Noun
Plural for narrow straps attached to a harness to control an animal or young child
Noun
Plural for a wooden crosspiece that is fastened over the necks of animals or people
Noun
Plural for the closely mown grass that surrounds a putting green, between the putting surface and any rough that might also surround the green
Noun
Plural for a structure that complements or supplements something else
Noun
Plural for a long article of jewelry that is worn around the neck or other body part
Noun
Plural for the part of a person's or animal's body connecting the head to the rest of the body
Noun
Plural for a girdle or belt, especially as part of a vestment
Verb
To seize or capture someone or an animal
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“Every cop in the city was hoping to collar the suspect.”
Verb
To lawfully arrest someone
“On most of the major salmon rivers in Scotland today, including the Tay and the Tweed, the bailiffs will soon collar you if you mount a prawn rig on to your rod.”
Verb
To gain possession of something
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“A schoolgirl and a dancing dog have managed to collar a fortune.”
Verb
To speak to boldly or aggressively
“I managed to collar Fred in the office for an hour.”
Verb
To approach someone with the intention of speaking to them aggressively
“Jim would unabashedly collar Don as he walked across the lawn.”
Verb
To discover or locate something, either by chance or intention
Verb
To tie or attach, especially with a strap or rope
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