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ascot

[as-kuh t, -kot] /ˈæs kət, -kɒt/
noun
1.
a necktie or scarf with broad ends, tied and arranged so that the ends are laid flat, one across the other, sometimes with a pin to secure them.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10; so called from the fashionable dress worn at the Ascot races

Ascot

[as-kuh t] /ˈæs kət/
noun
1.
a village in SE Berkshire, in S England: annual horse races.
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British Dictionary definitions for ascots

ascot

/ˈæskət/
noun
1.
a cravat with wide square ends, usually secured with an ornamental stud
Word Origin
C20: named after Ascot, where it was probably first worn

Ascot

/ˈæskət/
noun
1.
a town in S England, in Bracknell Forest unitary authority, Berkshire: noted for its horse-race meetings, esp Royal Ascot, a four-day meeting held in June. Pop: 8755 (2001)
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Word Origin and History for ascots

Ascot

village near Windsor, Berkshire; site of fashionable race-meeting. Used attributively for clothes suitable for the event; especially a type of tie (1908). The town name is literally "eastern cottage."

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Encyclopedia Article for ascots

Ascot

locality, Windsor and Maidenhead unitary authority, geographic and historic county of Berkshire, England, known for its racecourse on Ascot Heath. The Royal Ascot meeting (initiated in 1711 by Queen Anne) lasts four days each June and is traditionally attended by the British sovereign. A major social and fashion event, it has lent its name to the ascot, a type of broad neck scarf. Its principal event is the Ascot Gold Cup, established in 1807 and run over 2.5 miles (4 km) by horses more than three years old

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