- E.ton col.lar[i:t2n k'6l2] n colarinho largo e engomado.
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Eton collar — n. a broad, white linen collar worn with an Eton jacket, or a collar resembling this … English World dictionary
Eton collar — noun a broad, stiff white collar worn outside the coat collar, especially with an Eton jacket … English new terms dictionary
Eton collar — /itn ˈkɒlə/ (say eetn koluh) noun 1. a broad stiff collar folded outside an Eton jacket. 2. any similar collar … Australian English dictionary
Eton collar — n. a broad stiff collar worn outside the coat collar, esp. of an Eton jacket … Useful english dictionary
Eton collar — noun Etymology: Eton College, English public school Date: 1887 a large stiff turnover collar … New Collegiate Dictionary
Eton collar — a broad, stiff collar, originally of linen, as that worn folded outside an Eton jacket. [1890 95] * * * … Universalium
Eton collar — E′ton col′lar n. clo a broad stiff collar, orig. of linen, as that worn folded outside an Eton jacket • Etymology: 1890–95 … From formal English to slang
Eton — collar (1887), jacket (1881, formerly worn by the younger boys there), etc., from Eton College, public school for boys on the Thames opposite Windsor, founded by Henry VI. The place name is O.E. ea river + tun farm, settlement … Etymology dictionary
Eton College — For the school in Canada, see Eton College (Vancouver, British Columbia). Eton College Location Windsor Berkshire SL4 6DW Eton … Wikipedia
Eton College — 51°29′30.6424″N 0°36′30.4337″O / 51.491845111, 0.608453806 … Wikipédia en Français
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