Definitions for "collar"
Keywords:  neck, necklace, junction, blade, sheath
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.
The neck or line of junction between the root of a plant and its stem.
An ornament worn round the neck by knights, having on it devices to designate their rank or order.
A ring or cincture.
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. The flanges of a piston and the gland of a stuffing box are sometimes called collars.
a retaining ring which imparts a coin's edge, whether plain or reeded
Keywords:  flange, vent, cap, intumescent, sleeve
Interest rate option combining a cap and a floor used as an insurance to guarantee that the interest rates remain within a certain interval.
A collar is a trade that establishes both a maximum profit (the ceiling) and minimum loss (the floor) when holding the underlying asset. The premium received from the sale of the ceiling reduces that due from the purchase of the floor. Strike prices are often chosen at the level at which the premiums net out. An example would be: owning 100 shares of a stock, while simultaneously selling a call, and buying a put. This strategy is not available in the Trade Finder, but can be constructed and analysed in the Matrix.
Used in conjunction with capped interest rates. It prevents the interest rate falling below a set interest rate. This prevents the borrower from enjoying lower rates should they fall below the collared rate.
1 - A strategy to reduce a positions exposure to market fluctuations, while...
An option strategy in which an out-of-the-money call is sold and an in-the-money put is purchased. This is normally used as a long stock protective strategy. The opposite of this strategy, called a "fence," could be applied as a protective measure in a short stock position.
see also Range Forward; Risk Reversal) A combination of options in which the holder of the contract has bought one out-of-the money option call (or put) and sold one (or more) out-of-the-money puts (or calls). Doing this locks in the minimum and maximum rates that the collar owner will use to transact in the underlying at expiry.
Keywords:  fringe, fairway, apron, green, mown
The apron surrounding the green.
The edge around a green or bunker.
(aka: "apron", "fringe", "frog hair") the short grass that separates the putting green from rough or fairway. Example: Having just missed the green on my approach shot I decided to putt from the collar/apron/fringe/frog hair.
Keywords:  timber, shaft, rafters, restrain, spans
A curb, or a horizontal timbering, around the mouth of a shaft.
A horizontal timber joining rafters, the cross piece in a single r frame.
Entry to a shaft. Usually supported by pig stying timber for 10 or 15 feet to support the upper loose ground.
Keywords:  dumbbell, clamp, barbell, middk, plates
The clamp that is used to hold plates securely in place on a barbell or dumbbell bar. The cylindrical metal clamps are held in place on the bar by means of a set screw threaded through the collar and tightened securely against the bar. Inside collars keep plates from sliding inward and injuring your hands, while outside collars keep plates from sliding off the barbell in the middk of an exercise.
A clamp that secures weighted plates on a barbell or dumbbell.
The clamp that holds the weight plates in position on a bar. There are inner collars and outer collars.
Keywords:  bight, shroud, masthead, stay, mast
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.
An eye in the end or bight of a shroud or stay, to go over the mast-head.
Keywords:  hindneck, nape, rear, crown, synonym
Rear portion of crown. Synonyms: nape, hindneck.
Rear portion of crown. Synonym(s): nape, hindneck.
Keywords:  gorget, related, see
Related:  gorget.
see gorget.
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. MORE INFO
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.
A metal attachment that encircles the bar at each end to hold the discs in place.
Stiffened membrane, often setose, encircling the base of the expanded lophophore in ctenostome zooids (Hayward, 1985).
fixed, hinged, removable or collapsible horizontal framing members to tie together vertical elements of pallet superstructure; rail
Collapsible wooden container or bin which transforms a pallet into a box
Keywords:  shoe, aseat, topline, topo, drgs
A strip of the covering material sewn to an inside back to provide a pull-in around an arm, or similarly sewn to aseat cover as a pull-in around an arm style.
A strip of material stitched to the opening of a shoe or the topline. The collar can be padded for extra comfort.
The white margin around a DRG topo map that includes "marginal information" which can be quite useful, such as the map's date and rotation, and the names of adjoining maps (sometimes wrong on older DRGs, as encountered with southeastern Utah).
Keywords:  minimum, floating, frn, upper, lower
A variable interest rate, but one which can only fluctuate between pre-set minimum and maximum figures. The rate is "collared" between the two extremes.
An agreement that puts upper and lower limits on the interest rate of a financial instrument or on the price of something, and through this device limits the possible amount of loss or gain from the rise or fall of interest or price of the thing "collared"
a double limit to a floating interest rate, comprising both a floor and a ceiling (lower and upper limits)
Keywords:  harness, slavery, mistress, worn, drag
The part of the harness that fits over the shoulders of the animal, designed to distribute the drag of the load being drawn.
Part of the harness worn by heavy horses for pulling
Worn to denote submissiveness or slavery to a particular Master/Mistress.
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.
piece of meat rolled up and tied
The upright or turned-over neckband of a coat, jacket or shirt.
a common symbol in BDSM
a common symbol of BDSM
a deep commitment
Keywords:  gotta, jive, comprehend, food, get
to get, to obtain, to comprehend. Ex. "I gotta collar me some food", "Do you collar this jive?"
a serious thing and something that one should not take lightly
a wonderful thing and i mean no disrespect to those who honor theirs
Keywords:  seize
To seize by the collar.
Keywords:  gotten, leash, tight, emotions, asked
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"
Keywords:  conviction
Keywords:  borehole, boss, nut, circular, top
The top of a borehole.
A circular boss on the bearing surface or the top surface of a nut.
A ringlike part of a mollusk in connection with esophagus.
the position of the main stem or stems of a plant, which coincides with the surface level of the soil
The portion of a plant which marks the transition between stem and root, sometimes marked by a slight swelling Syn. Root collar.
A structure that remains attached to the base of a trichospore after it detaches from the generative cell.
n. (Derogatory) A white-collar worker, usually a low-level employee of a megacorp.
Keywords:  furnish, dog
furnish with a collar; "collar the dog"
Keywords:  legend, longitude, latitude, map, scale
The area surrounding the actual map itself containing necessary information such as scale, legend, latitude and longitude, etc.
Keywords:  largeco, agreed, range, stock, method
a range of LargeCo stock prices within which there is an agreed-upon pricing method
a cheaper method to protect against unexpected movements
See protective collar.
Keywords:  pliable, die, minting, strip, steel
a small round strip of pliable steel placed on the bottom die at the time of minting
a closed poly which restricts the effect of enclosed modifiers
Keywords:  psychological, training, aid
a psychological training aid
Section added to a kiln for additional height.
Keywords:  understand
Keywords:  beam
A collar beam.
Keywords:  collateral
A raised and extended mouths that begins at or just above the point of maximum diameter of the vessel and does not significantly reduce the opening relative to the body diameter
Keywords:  button, see
see button.
Keywords:  derivatives, position, type
A type of derivatives position.
To put a collar on.