English version

necklace in Jewellery topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnecklaceneck‧lace /ˈnek-lɪs/ ●●● S3 noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DCJa string of jewels, beads etc or a thin gold or silver chain to wear around the neckpearl/gold/diamond etc necklace 🔊 She was wearing a coral necklace.
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necklaceBirthday cards and little ashtrays with pictures of the castle on them and necklaces and keyrings.She had a startlingly dashing necklace and wore some sort of a uniform cap in a jaunty way.Read in studio Oxfam is trying to recall seven thousand potentially deadly necklaces on sale in its shops.Ablutions completed, a quite spectacular gold necklace was placed around my neck.a pearl necklaceIt's as if somebody put June Cleaver's pearl necklace and apron on Madonna.Curious, she wandered into the shop, Once inside, she forgot the necklace.I barely noticed the dress she was wearing; what caught my eye was the necklace around her throat.pearl/gold/diamond etc necklaceA pearl necklace had broken and two liveried servants scrabbled on hands and knees to retrieve the jewels.There should be a jade-and-diamond necklace with matching earrings.All the bridesmaids carried posies of spring flowers, and wore antique pearl and gold necklaces and bracelets.Red suit, black bob, gold necklace.It's as if somebody put June Cleaver's pearl necklace and apron on Madonna.She washed clothes and dealt in smuggled electronic goods, rabbit-fur hats, sunflower seeds, pearl necklaces and noodles.Ablutions completed, a quite spectacular gold necklace was placed around my neck.In her most notorious photographs she wears only her triple-string pearl necklace.