collar

collar
1 noun (C)
1 CLOTHING a stiff band of material on a shirt, dress, or coat that fits around someone's neck
2 CAT/DOG a narrow band of leather or plastic that is fastened around an animal's neck
3 hot under the collar spoken angry or excited: Calm down! There's no need to get all hot under the collar.
4 COLOURED FUR/FEATHERS a band of fur, feathers, or skin around an animal's neck that is a different colour from the rest of the fur etc
5 WORK ANIMAL a thick leather ring put over the shoulders of a work animal to help it pull machinery or a vehicle
6 MACHINE a part of a machine that is shaped like a ring
7 POLICE slang if the police make a collar, they catch a criminal
-see also: blue-collar, white-collar, dog collar 2 verb (T) informal
1 to catch someone and hold them so that they cannot escape: The police collared him before he could get out of the country.
2 to find someone so that you can talk to them: See if you can collar Tim. I need to know when he'll be ready.

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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