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Spanish translation of “collar”

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collar

noun /ˈkolə/
the part of a garment at the neck especially of a shirt, jacket etc
cuello
This collar is too tight.
something worn round the neck
collar
The dog’s name was on its collar.
collarbone noun (anatomy ) either of two bones joining breastbone and shoulderblade; clavicle
clavícula
He suffered a broken collarbone when he came off his motorbike.
(Definition of collar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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