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Oxford dictionary definition of the word collar:
1the part around the neck of a shirt, blouse, jacket or coat, either upright or turned over:
a shirt collar
we turned our collars up against the chill
a band put around the neck of a domestic animal, used to restrain or control it:
dogs for the Deaf are identified by an orange collar and leash
a coloured marking resembling a collar round the neck of a bird or other animal:
the drake has a narrow black collar
a heavy rounded part of the harness worn by a draught animal, which rests at the base of its neck on the shoulders:
a shire horse leaning into its collar
2a connecting band or pipe in machinery.
3British a piece of meat rolled up and tied.
a cut of bacon taken from the neck of a pig.
4the part of a plant where the stem joins the roots.
[with object] informal
seize or apprehend (someone):
police collared the culprit
approach (someone) in order to talk to them:
he collared a departing guest for some last words
a fur-collared jacket
Middle English: from Old French colier, from Latin collare ‘band for the neck, collar’, from collum ‘neck’