Definition of 'necklace'
Example sentences containing 'necklace'
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Traders finely cut them so they can be sold in rings or necklaces for huge prices. The Sun (2010)Bold, oversized metal cuffs and heavy chain necklaces give any outfit a tough edge. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Their legacy lives on, long after their necklaces have been auctioned and palaces turned into hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They have the biggest collection of showy rings, bracelets and necklaces. The Sun (2010)Drop waists and long necklaces are bringing a dash of 1920s chic back to the high street. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He also spends time making craft greetings cards, necklaces and bracelets. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'necklace'
British English: necklace /ˈnɛklɪs/ NOUN
A necklace is a piece of jewellery such as a chain or string of beads, which someone wears round their neck.
...a diamond necklace.
- American English: necklace
- Arabic: قِلَادَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: colar
- Chinese: 项链
- Croatian: ogrlica
- Czech: náhrdelník
- Danish: halskæde
- Dutch: halsketting
- European Spanish: collar
- Finnish: kaulakoru
- French: collier
- German: Halskette
- Greek: περιδέραιο
- Italian: collana
- Japanese: ネックレス
- Korean: 목걸이
- Norwegian: halskjede
- Polish: naszyjnik
- European Portuguese: colar
- Romanian: colier
- Russian: ожерелье
- Spanish: collar
- Swedish: halsband
- Thai: สร้อยคอ
- Turkish: kolye
- Ukrainian: намисто
- Vietnamese: dây chuyền
Definition of necklace from the Collins English Dictionary
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