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collar

US [ˈkɑlər]
UK [ˈkɒlə(r)]
  • n.衣领;领子;箍;(动物,尤指狗的)颈圈
  • v.抓住;捉住;揪住;逮住
  • Web项圈;轴环;领口
Plural Form:collars  Present Participle:collaring  Past Tense:collared  
collar
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n.
1.
衣领;领子the part around the neck of a shirt, jacket or coat that usually folds down
a coat with a fur collar
毛皮领大衣
I turned up my collar against the wind(= to keep warm) .
我把衣领竖起来挡风。
He always wears a collar and tie for work.
他上班总是系着领带。
2.
(动物,尤指狗的)颈圈a band of leather or plastic put around the neck of an animal, especially a dog
a collar and lead/leash
颈圈和系带
3.
(管子或机器部件的)圈,箍a band made of a strong material that is put round sth, such as a pipe or a piece of machinery, to make it stronger or to join two parts together
v.
1.
~ sb
抓住;捉住;揪住;逮住to capture sb and hold them tightly so that they cannot escape from you
Police collared the culprit as he was leaving the premises.
罪犯正离开现场时,警察逮住了他。
2.
~ sb
拦住(某人以与其)谈话to stop sb in order to talk to them
I was collared in the street by a woman doing a survey.
我在大街上给一个做民意调查的女人拦住问话。

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