sailor collar
noun Date: 1866 a broad collar having a square flap across the back and tapering to a V in the front

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  • sailor collar — {n.} A large square collar like those worn by sailors. * /Little Timmy s suit has a sailor collar./ * /Mary s blouse has a sailor collar./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • sailor collar — {n.} A large square collar like those worn by sailors. * /Little Timmy s suit has a sailor collar./ * /Mary s blouse has a sailor collar./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • sailor\ collar — noun A large square collar like those worn by sailors. Little Timmy s suit has a sailor collar. Mary s blouse has a sailor collar …   Словарь американских идиом

  • sailor collar — /ˈseɪlə kɒlə/ (say sayluh koluh) noun a collar which is similar to or reminiscent of the type of collar worn by a naval rating …   Australian English dictionary

  • sailor collar — noun a collar cut deep and square at the back, tapering to a V neck at the front …   English new terms dictionary

  • sailor collar — sail′or col lar n. clo a collar, as on a middy blouse, that is broad and square in the back and tapers to aVin the front • Etymology: 1890–95, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • sailor collar — noun : a broad collar having a square flap across the back and tapering to a V in front …   Useful english dictionary

  • Collar (clothing) — William Shakespeare in a sheer linen collar of the early 17th century, a direct ancestor of the modern shirt collar. In clothing, a collar is the part of a shirt, dress, coat or blouse that fastens around or frames the neck. Among clothing… …   Wikipedia

  • Sailor Senshi — The Sailor Senshi as seen in the anime. Top row: Sailors Saturn, Mars, and Pluto. Second row: Sailor Jupiter, Super Sailor Moon, and Sailor Neptune. Third row: Sailors Chibi Moon and Uranus. Bottom row: Sailors Venus and Mercury. A Sailor Senshi… …   Wikipedia

  • collar — See: HOT UNDER THE COLLAR, ROMAN COLLAR, SAILOR COLLAR …   Dictionary of American idioms

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