kragestand

English translation: collar stand

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Norwegian term or phrase:kragestand
English translation:collar stand
Entered by: Diarmuid Kennan

14:22 Mar 6, 2018
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
Norwegian term or phrase: kragestand
This concerns a shirt for police etc.
Krage/snipp skal ha kragestand.
Diarmuid Kennan
Ireland
Local time: 04:11
collar stand
Explanation:
A collar has two basic components: stand and leaf. Whether made with one or two-piece construction, the stand (sometimes band) refers to the upright part from which the leaf folds.
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Paul Armitage
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:11
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4collar stand
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Definition of stand
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collar stand


Explanation:
A collar has two basic components: stand and leaf. Whether made with one or two-piece construction, the stand (sometimes band) refers to the upright part from which the leaf folds.

Example sentence(s):
  • A collar stand is used when constructing a traditional dress or western style shirt; it helps the collar to "stand up" on your neck a bit before it folds down.

    https://www.wildginger.com/wiki/collaranatomy.htm
    https://www.stylearc.com/magazine/sewing-tutorials/how-to-sew-a-collar-and-a-collar-stand/
Paul Armitage
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Reference: Definition of stand

Reference information:
On the web I found this definition. The band on a coat or shirt collar that supports the the collar itself.
You will find a lot of pictures of it if you google: collar stand.

Vedis Bjørndal
Norway
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