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Translation of "neck" - English-Spanish dictionary

neck

noun /nek/
(anatomy) the part of the body between the head and chest cuello She wore a scarf around her neck.
the part of an article of clothing that covers that part of the body cuello The neck of that shirt is dirty.
anything like a neck in shape or position cuello the neck of a bottle.
necklace /-ləs/ noun
a string of jewels, beads etc worn around the neck collar a diamond necklace.
neckline noun
the edge of a piece of clothing at or around a person’s neck escote The dress has a very low neckline.
necktie noun
(American) a man’s tie. corbata
neck and neck
(in a race) exactly equal ir parejos The horses were neck and neck as they came up to the finish.
(Definition of neck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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