either of the two parts of a garment folded back on the chest, especially a continuation of a coat collar.
the continuation of the turned or folded back collar on a suit coat, jacket, etc
1751 (implied in lapelled), from lap (n.) + -el, diminutive suffix. Cf. lappet.
noun A person who seizes and holds one’s attention by grasping one’s lapels, either actually or in effect: The style is the man; Hoving of the Met has always been a lapel-grabber/ Margaret Mead is the most famous of these lapel-grabbers (1980s+)
[lang-gwet] /ˈlæŋ gwɛt/ noun, Music. 1. a thin plate fastened to the mouth of certain organ pipes.
[lahrj-skeyl] /ˈlɑrdʒˈskeɪl/ adjective 1. very extensive or encompassing; of great scope: a large-scale business plan. 2. made to a large scale: a large-scale map. adjective 1. wide-ranging or extensive 2. (of maps and models) constructed or drawn to a big scale
[lahr-dey-shuh s] /lɑrˈdeɪ ʃəs/ adjective 1. lardlike; fatty.