Complete Definition of "coll"

English
Etymology
From French coler, acoler ‘accoll, throw arms round neck of’, ultimately Latin ad + collum ‘neck’.

Pronunciation
IPA: /kÉ’l/

Verb
coll

  1. to hug or embrace

#:*1995: They kissed and colled in parks and fields and, better, a / Warm bed, her own. — Anthony Burgess, Byrne

Translations
trans-top|to hug or embrace
Finnish: halata, syleillä
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