[nek-er; French ne-ker] /ˈnɛk ər; French nɛˈkɛr/
[zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1732–1804, French statesman, born in Switzerland.
/ˈnɛkə; French nɛkɛr/
Jacques (ʒak). 1732–1804, French financier and statesman, born in Switzerland; finance minister of France (1777–81; 1788–90). He attempted to reform the fiscal system and in 1789 he recommended summoning the States General. His subsequent dismissal was one of the causes of the storming of the Bastille (1789)
[nek-er-chif, -cheef] /ˈnɛk ər tʃɪf, -ˌtʃif/ noun 1. a cloth or scarf worn round the . /ˈnɛkətʃɪf; -ˌtʃiːf/ noun 1. a piece of ornamental cloth, often square, worn around the neck n. “scarf for the neck,” late 14c., from neck (n.) + kerchief, which is, etymologically “a covering for the head.”
- Necker cube
/ˈnɛkə/ noun 1. a line drawing showing the 12 edges of a transparent cube, so that it can be seen alternately facing in two different directions: an example of an ambiguous figure
- Neck frill
noun pleated or gathered fabric around the neck of a garment; a ruff Examples We bought her a frill top.
[nek-ing] /ˈnɛk ɪŋ/ noun 1. Informal. kissing, caressing, and other sexual activity between partners that does not involve stimulation of the genitals or sexual intercourse. 2. Architecture. [nek] /nɛk/ noun 1. the part of the body of an animal or human being that connects the head and the trunk. 2. the part of a garment […]