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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (orthopedic collar)
a. surgical collar
Celia necesitó un collarín después de que le chocaron por atrás.Celia needed a surgical collar after her car was hit from behind.
b. cervical collar
Aunque no debería, Gerardo se quita el collarín porque le pica y le da mucho calor.Although he shouldn't do it, Gerardo takes off his cervical collar because it itches and makes him too hot.
Supe que el hombre sentado junto a mí era un sacerdote porque llevaba un collarín blanco.I knew the man sitting beside me was a priest because he was wearing a white collar.
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