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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 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.
Translations of “neck”
in Korean 목…
in Arabic رَقَبة…
in French cou, col, goulot…
in Italian collo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體部位, 頸,脖子, 衣領,領口…
in Russian шея, ворот, вырез…
in Turkish boyun, yaka…
in Polish szyja, kark, dekolt…
in Portuguese pescoço…
in German der Hals, der Kragen, der Hals (der Flaschenhals)…
in Catalan coll…
in Japanese 首…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体部位, 颈,脖子, 衣领,领口…
(Definition of neck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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