Meaning of collared in English:

collared

Pronunciation /ˈkɒləd/

adjective

  • 1(of a garment) having a collar.

    ‘men were required to wear trousers and collared shirts’
    • ‘a fur-collared jacket’
    • ‘We have a business casual dress code at my office, which means collared shirts without a tie.’
    • ‘He had dried blood stuck to his black Chinese-collared shirt.’
    • ‘He saluted an older man dressed in a collared uniform.’
    • ‘A young woman wearing a high-collared lab smock entered.’
    • ‘She wore a high-collared dress of emerald green.’
    • ‘He wore a collared gray t-shirt and khaki pants.’
    • ‘My mom wore her normal black suit with white, collared, button-up top.’
    • ‘I'm standing here in a collared blouse, a skirt, and high-heeled sandals.’
    • ‘Ivy always wore collared jackets.’
    • ‘Collared trench coats, foggy airports, Bergman's cheekbones, and Bogart's gun hardly seem the stuff of history.’
    1. 1.1(of a bird or other animal) having a coloured marking resembling a collar around the neck.
      ‘I saw thousands of wood pigeons and collared doves’
      • ‘you can sight collared lizards amidst cottonwoods and ferns’