listen to the pronunciation of collar
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} gerdanlık
{f} yürütmek
tasma takmak
{f} yakala

O, beni yakamdan yakaladı. - He grabbed me by the collar.

Adam beni yakamdan yakalamaya çalıştı. - The man tried to catch hold of me by the collar.

collar band gömleğin yaka şeridi
be hot under the collar kızmak
{f} durdurmak
{f} yakasına yapışmak
hayvanların boynunda yaka şeklindeki teekkül

Tasma koptu ve köpek kaçtı. - The collar broke off and the dog ran away.

Köpeği tasmasından yakaladım. - I grabbed the dog by its collar.

hortum kelepçesi
collar bone
(Anatomi) köprücük
collar bearing
bilezikli yatak
collar bone
collar beam
çatı ara kirişi, en kirişi
collar bone
Köprücük kemiği
collar bones
Kürek kemiklerim
collar lemming
yakalı lemming
collar beam
en kirişi
collar beam
collar beam
çatı ara kirişi
collar beam
çalı ara kirişi
collar beam
(İnşaat) yavru gergisi
collar beam
gergi kirişi
collar cell
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yakalı hücre
collar felt
(Tekstil) yaka keçesi
collar hammer beam
bilezikli çekiç kirişi
collar hook
(Tekstil) yaka kancası
collar lubrication
(Otomotiv) kolarlı yağlama
collar nut
(Otomotiv) aks somunu
collar nut
(Otomotiv) bilezik somun
collar nut
(Otomotiv) şapkalı somun
collar nut
şapka somun
collar option
(Ticaret) tasmalı opsiyon
collar saddle
kelepçe içi lastik yatak
collar screw
(Mekanik) kolarlı vida
collar stay
yaka balinası
collar stud
yaka düğmesi
collar stud
yakalık düğmesi
collar tag
(Tekstil) yaka karton etiketi
collar width
(Tekstil) yaka genişliği
connection collar
tespit burcu
attached collar
(Tekstil) bedene takılan yaka
attached collar
(Tekstil) takma yaka
horse collar
idler collar
idler collar
istikamet plakası
neck collar
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) boyuncuk
put a collar on
tasma takmak
rubber collar
lastik bilezik
be hot under the collar
barut kesilmek
blue collar
işçilerle ilgili
işçi sınıfına ilişkin
clutch pedal adjusting collar
debriyaj pedalı ayar bileziği
dog collar
köpek tasması
dog collar
dik ve yüksek yaka
hot under the collar
hot under the collar
hot under the collar
kavgaya hazır
put a collar on
tasma tak
seize by the collar
yakasından tut
blue collar jobs
Mavi yakalıların, yani işçi sınıfının meslek dalları
Mavi yakalı, işçi sınıfı
c collar
(Cervical collar) Boyunluk
cervical collar
choke collar
yaka şok
flea collar
pire yaka
fur collar
kürk yaka
graduated collar
taksimatli manson
height from collar to bottom
yaka ucundan boy
az ücret ödeyen ve genellikle kadınlar tarafından yapılan işler
shaft collar
kuyu yakası
shawl collar
şal yaka
turn down collar
yaka aşağı çevirmek
whiplash collar
(Tıp, İlaç) Boyunluk
white collar crime
beyaz yakalı suç
white collar worker
fikir işçisi
white collar worker
beyaz yakalı işçi
white-collar crime
beyaz yakalı suç
white-collar workers
beyaz yakalı işçiler
wing collar
Kanat yaka
work up to the collar
yaka kadar çalışma
blue collar worker
fabrika işçisi
blue collar worker
beden işçisi
clerical collar
cüppe yakası
clerical collar
rahip elbisesi yakası
cylinder collar
silindir bileziği
damper mounting collar
(Otomotiv) amortisör bağlantı burcu
dog collar
rahip yakası
dog collar
dik yaka
end collar
(İnşaat) uç bileziği
eton collar
ceket yakası üzerine dönen gömlek yakası
float collar
yüzdürme yakası
get hot under the collar
(deyim) çok sinirli olmak
get hot under the collar
get hot under the collar
graduated collar
taksimatlı manşon
hinge collar
tespit halkası
hot under the collar
(deyim) kizmak,ofkelenmek
lamp collar
(Aydınlatma) lamba halkası
lamp collar
(Aydınlatma) lamba bileziği
neckline collar
(Tekstil) yaka bordürü
roman collar
cüppe yakası
roman collar
rahip elbisesi yakası
ruff (collar)
(Tekstil) kırma yaka
sailor collar
(Tekstil) denizci yaka
seize by the collar
yakasından tutmak
setting collar
(Tekstil) ayar halkası
shifting collar
(İnşaat) vites değiştirme bileziği
soft collar
(Tekstil) yumuşak yaka
spacer collar
(Otomotiv) mesafe burcu
stiff collar
sert yaka
tapered collar
(Otomotiv) konik burç
thrust collar
istinat rondelası
thrust collar
basma bileziği
thrust collar
(Askeri) baskı bilezeği
turndown collar
devrik yaka
vandyke collar
(fiil)ndyke yaka
vandyke collar
vandyke yaka
venus collar
(Tıp) venüs kolyesi
weld collar
kaynak bileziği
white collar
ofiste çalışan
white collar
white collar
büroda çalışan
white collar worker
white collar worker
ofis çalışanı
white collar worker
masa başı işi olan kimse
Englisch - Englisch
The part of an upper garment (shirt, jacket...) that fits around the neck and throat
A band or chain around an animal's neck, used to restrain and/or identifie it

Make sure your dog has a collar holding an identification tag.

To grab or seize by the collar or neck
A part of harness designed to distribute the load around the shoulders of a draft animal
A similar detachable item
Of or pertaining to a certain category of professions as symbolized by typical clothing
To arrest
A decorative band or other fabric around the neckline
To preempt, control stringently and exclusively
To place a collar on, to fit with one

Collar and leash agressive dogs.

To seize, capture or detain
A chain worn around the neck
Anything that encircles the neck
To bind in conversation

I managed to collar Fred in the office for an hour.

Any encircling device or structure

A nylon collar kept the bolt from damaging the surface underneath.

{v} to seize by the collar, to roll hard up
{n} something put around the neck, a band
A collar beam
A collar is a band of leather or plastic which is put round the neck of a dog or cat
A band or chain around an animals neck, used to restrain the animal and/or for identification
A maximum and minimum dividend amount issued by the company (protecting the company as well as the shareholders)
furnish with a collar; "collar the dog"
a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it
To place a collar on
The flanges of a piston and the gland of a stuffing box are sometimes called collars
To put a collar on
The lowest price acceptable to the issuer of an IPO
A device present in a coining press to restrict the outward flow of metal during striking and to put the design, if any, on the edge of the coin
the edge die of a coin that prevents the coin from spreading out when it is struck
A leather, chain, nylon, or cotton apparatus that fits around the dog's neck and is used for control Comes in several types: buckle, slip collar, choker and prong Buckle collars can be used to train puppies and mild-mannered dogs that do not pull against the leash Leather or flat nylon slip collars are helpful for dogs that are boisterous and dogs that pull hard against the leash Chain or round nylon choker collars require skill to use but are the most common in training classes The Volhard collar is a variation of the choker that is easier to fit and use Prong collars are made of interlocking metal links with blunt prongs that can be worn next to the dog's neck or facing out from his neck Prong collars are helpful with large and boisterous dogs and with dogs that are easily distracted from the business at hand All collars must be fitted properly in order to work effectively
Something worn round the neck, whether for use, ornament, restraint, or identification; as, the collar of a coat; a lady's collar; the collar of a dog
(1) A coupling device with internal threads used to join two pieces of threaded pipe of the same size (2) Drill collar A thick walled steel pipe used to stabilize the bottom-hole drilling assembly The drill collars are used to provide the weight required to drill the hole The collars are usually under compression while the drill pipe is always under tension
- Refers to the donut shaped ceramic insulator inserted into the end of an electrode shell to keep it centered and protects the end of the shell
{i} part of a shirt that encircles the neck; band worn around the neck of a dog or other animal
An ornament worn round the neck by knights, having on it devices to designate their rank or order
a donut-like shape under the ventilator added to make the ventilator ball less likely to breakage when cast Many of the Original 17 lighthouses were modified during production at Castle Studios by adding a collar
necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck
a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over
Interest-rate option that guarantees that the rate on a floating-rate loan will not exceed a certain upper level nor fall below a lower level It is designed to protect an investor against wide fluctuations in interest rates
A part of harness designed to distribute the load around the shoulders of the draft animal
Most of our classic shirts are non-fused with a woven interlining (free-floating piece of material in the collar) Premium shirts all have fused collars
a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it take into custody; "the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
A ring or round flange upon, surrounding, or against an object, and used for restraining motion within given limits, or for holding something to its place, or for hiding an opening around an object; as, a collar on a shaft, used to prevent endwise motion of the shaft; a collar surrounding a stovepipe at the place where it enters a wall
Rear portion of crown Synonym(s): nape, hindneck In picture it is referred to as hindneck
The part of a shirt or jacket that fits around the neck and throat
~ Upper and lower limits (cap and floor, respectively) on the interest rate of a floating-rate security
~ Upper and lower limits (cap and floor, respectively) on the interst rate of a floating-rate security
Of or pertaining to a certain category of professions; see -collar
seize by the neck or collar
the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"
{f} grab or grasp by the collar; take prisoner; catch; put a collar on
An upper and lower limit on the coupon of a floating rate note The issuer pays a premium for the collar
A colored ring round the neck of a bird or mammal
The neck or line of junction between the root of a plant and its stem
To seize by the collar
To seize or detain
A device in a coining press used to restrict the outward flow of metal during striking Allows the rounding of coins to be much more precise Also, can be used to put an edge design on the coin
(I) A section on the shaft of the oar which has ridges running around it, perpendicular to the line of the shaft This part sits in the swivel and the button clamps around the ridges
a figurative restraint; "asked for a collar on program trading in the stock market"; "kept a tight leash on his emotions"; "he's always gotten a long leash"
The portion of the leaf where the sheath and leaf join
An eye formed in the bight or bend of a shroud or stay to go over the masthead; also, a rope to which certain parts of rigging, as dead-eyes, are secured
The term applied to the timbering or concrete around the mouth or top of a shaft The beginning point of a shaft or drill hole at the surface
If you collar someone who has done something wrong or who is running away, you catch them and hold them so that they cannot escape. As Kerr fled towards the exit, Boycott collared him at the ticket barrier. = grab
The collar of a shirt or coat is the part which fits round the neck and is usually folded over. His tie was pulled loose and his collar hung open. a coat with a huge fake fur collar. see also blue-collar, dog-collar, white-collar
A ring or cincture
A ringlike part of a mollusk in connection with esophagus
Collapsible wooden container or bin which transforms a pallet into a box
take into custody; "the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
Upper and lower limits (cap and floor, respectively) on the interest rate of a floating-rate security
The simultaneous purchase of a cap and the sale of a floor with the aim of maintaining interest rates within a defined range The premium income from the sale of the floor reduces or offsets the cost of buying the cap
collar blight
a disease affecting the trunks of pear and apple trees
collar bone
The clavicle
collar bone
{i} bone located in the top of the shoulder extending outward from the neck
collar someone
grab someone by the collar
collar stud
an object like a button, used to fasten old-fashioned collars to shirts
Medici collar
A fan-shaped (especially lace) collar, standing upright behind the head and sloping down to meet a square neckline in front

Ruperta tonight was in a narrow black bengaline costume with a Medici collar and cuffs of bastard chinchilla.

against the collar
in a tight spot
A strip of leather, put around the neck of animals, to which a bell is attached
bishop's collar
a pint of Guinness (or similar) having too much head on top
Of or pertaining to employment in the black market; that is, to engagement in illicit trade or distribution of untaxed goods and services
Pertaining to the culture of blue-collar workers

Even as a tenured professor, she remained proud of her blue-collar values.

Working class; engaged or trained in essentially manual labor

Blue-collar workers represent a diminishing segment of society.

choke collar
A dog's collar which tightens itself so as to choke the dog, when it pulls the leash. Used especially for training
clerical collar
A stiff white collar, having no opening at the front, fastened at the back, worn by members of the Christian clergy
Simple past tense and past participle of collar
dog collar
a clerical collar
dog collar
A collar for a dog
dog collar
A close-fitting woman's necklace; a choker
flashing collar
an accessory flashing used to cover and/or seal soil pipe vents and other penetrations through a roof (sometimes referred to as roof jack or flashing boot)
Of or pertaining to working-class professions that do not involve significant manual labor, such as skilled technical professions, combining elements of blue-collar and white-collar

Vocational training reaches greater fractions of the labor force in nations like West Germany; large Japanese companies invest more heavily in job-related training for blue- and gray-collar employees than do American firms.

Of or pertaining to employment in the environment or environmentalism industries

Studies for the UK suggest that the more than 100,000 existing 'green collar' workers in environmental occupations could be joined by many thousands more, both in the private sector and in the 'social economy' of community enterprises.

Of or pertaining to rural, agricultural employment; often contrasted with urban blue-collar employment

Qualification structure of the workforce (%)19801997 Blue-collar29.733.5 Green-collar21.210.0 White-collar25.031.7 Grey-collar24.024.8.

Alternative spelling of gray-collar
hot under the collar
Angry, agitated

A controversial history textbook has IFP members hot under the collar and has resulted in two protest marches being scheduled for KwaZulu-Natal on Wednesday.

mandarin collar
A short unfolded stand-up collar on a shirt or jacket
Of or pertaining to work that is done from home, especially via the Internet

Far from being some special breed in three-button suits, these hard-working people are blue collar as often as white collar and, increasingly, the open collar workers of the information age.

Of or pertaining to employees in predominately female service industries

These days, girls and women of all ages are still reading them, particularly the blue collar or pink collar workers or wives of blue collar workers.

radio collar
A radio transmitter, fastened to a wild animal, (usually around the neck) so that the animal's movements may be tracked
rain collar
A counterflashing used to wrap a penetration and prevent water infiltration through the top of the penebration base flashing
Of or pertaining to female entrepreneurs in the Internet sex industry

'Scarlet collar' workers are the feminists of the modern age, say psychologists, free from coercion and the dangers of the traditional, male dominated business..

Pertaining to the culture of white-collar workers, as values, politics, etc.; contrasted with blue-collar
Of or pertaining to office work and workers; contrasted with blue-collar
white-collar crime
A non-violent crime, generally for personal gain and often involving money
white-collar crimes
plural form of white-collar crime
white-collar worker
A salaried professional or clerical worker
pink-collar jobs/workers/industries etc low-paid jobs done mainly by women, for example in offices and restaurants, or the women who do these jobs white-collar, blue-collar
c collar
Cervical collar
upturned collar
An upturned collar is an otherwise flat, protruding collar of either a shirt, jacket, or coat that has been turned upward. In recent years, some have perceived this as a "fashion signal."
white-collar crime
Within the field of criminology, white-collar crime or 'incorporated governance' has been defined by Edwin Sutherland " a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation." Sutherland was a proponent of Symbolic Interactionism, and believed that criminal behaviour was learned from interpersonal interaction with others. White-collar crime therefore overlaps with corporate crime because the opportunity for fraud, bribery, insider trading, embezzlement, computer crime, and forgery is more available to white-collar employees
Eton collar
A broad white collar worn over the lapels of a jacket
Peter Pan collar
A small, close-fitting, usually flat collar with rounded ends meeting in front
Vandyke collar
A large collar of linen or lace having a deeply indented or scalloped edge
blue collar worker
worker in lower-paying manual labor professions (such as miner, construction worker, etc.), common laborer
of those who work for wages especially manual or industrial laborers; "party of the propertyless proletariat"- G B Shaw
of or designating manual industrial work or workers
Blue-collar workers work in industry, doing physical work, rather than in offices. white-collar. blue-collar workers do physical work, rather than working in offices white-collar, pink-collar pink-collar
{s} word used to describe lower-level jobs (such as miners, construction workers, etc.)
blue-collar workers
workers in lower-paying manual labor professions (such as miners, construction workers, etc.), common laborers
choke collar
A chain collar that tightens like a noose when the leash is pulled, used to train or control dogs or other animals. Also called choke chain
clerical collar
a stiff white collar with no opening in the front; a distinctive symbol of the clergy
clerical collar
A stiff white collar in the shape of a band fastened at the back of the neck, worn by certain members of the Christian clergy
Having a collar (or other encircling demarcation)
Wearing a collar
See To collar beef, under Collar, v
Wearing a collar; said of a man or beast used as a bearing when a collar is represented as worn around the neck or loins
past of collar
Rolled up and bound close with a string; as, collared beef
present participle of collar
Of a garment, having no collars
without a collar
{s} having no collar (part of a shirt that encircles the neck; band worn around the neck of a dog or other animal)
A collarless shirt or jacket has no collar. a collarless jacket, shirt etc is one that does not have a collar
third-person singular of collar
plural of collar
dog collar
a stiff white collar with no opening in the front; a distinctive symbol of the clergy
dog collar
n1 : a collar for a dog2 slang : CLERICAL COLLAR3 : a wide flexible snug-fitting necklace
dog collar
collar for a dog; woman's necklace that fits snugly around the neck, choker; stiff white clerical collar worn by priests (Informal)
dog collar
refers to a multi-strand (as many as five) choker-length necklace, usually joined together with a single clasp
dog collar
A wide, tight fitting necklace
dog collar
A wide "choker" style necklace worn tight around the neck above the collarbone just like a dog's collar, this look was popular in Edwardian times, around the turn of the twentieth century This look was popularized by Queen Alexandra, who had a long graceful neck
dog collar
necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck
dog collar
Broad necklace worn tightly around the neck Often consists of multi parallel strands of beads, pearls or stones
dog collar
[Slang] clerical collar; a wide flexible snug-fitting necklace
A dog-collar is a collar worn by a dog
A dog-collar is a stiff, round, white collar that fastens at the back and that is worn by Christian priests and ministers. = clerical collar
eton collar
broad white collar worn over the lapels of a jacket
flea collar
A collar, as for a cat or dog, containing a substance that repels or kills fleas. a special collar, worn by a dog or cat, that contains chemicals to keep fleas away from them
hot under the collar(p)
very angry
livery collar
{i} chain of office, massive gold chain or collar worn as insignia of office during the Middle Ages
mandarin collar
A narrow upright collar usually divided in front
peter pan collar
a flat collar with rounded ends that meet in front
of or relating to a class of jobs once traditionally filled by women; "a pink-collar employee
radio collar
A collar fitted with a small radio transmitter that when attached to a wild animal can be used in tracking the animal's movements by radio telemetry
slip one's collar
let loose, relax, loosen up
stiff collar
rigid collar, hard part of a shirt surrounding the neck
turn the collar
reverse the collar, turn over the collar
turtleneck collar
a high close-fitting turnover collar
white collar crime
felony which affects the money of officials or business people
white collar worker
official, business people
those having professions free of hard labor, office and professional workers, managerial and clerical apparatus
of or designating salaried professional or clerical work or workers; "the coal miner's son aspired to a white-collar occupation as a bookkeeper
White-collar workers work in offices rather than doing physical work such as making things in factories or building things. White-collar workers now work longer hours. blue-collar
White-collar crime is committed by people who work in offices, and involves stealing money secretly from companies or the government, or getting money in an illegal way
white-collar workers
business people, people with independent jobs
wing collar
A shirt collar, used especially in men's formal clothing, in which the front edges are folded down in such a way as to resemble a pair of wings. a type of shirt collar for men that is worn with very formal clothes