Definitions for "ascot"
Keywords:  necktie, scarf, cravat, chin, tuxedo
a cravat with wide square ends, tied so that the ends are laid flat; the ends are often secured with an ornamental pin; -- called cravat in Britain.
a man's broad necked scarf - fastened with tie tack or stick pin.
A double-knot tie with wide ends that folds over the chest and is fastened with a stick pin. Usually worn with a winged-collar tuxedo shirt to accessorize a morning suit.
The Ascot was an English automobile, the brainchild of Cyril Pullin (who also produced Ascot-Pullin motorcycles at the same time), that was manufactured between 1928 and 1930 in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. The factory had previously been used by Phoenix. The car was based largely on the Hungarian Fejes, with chassis and 10hp engine assembled from welded steel pressings.
England's most prestigious horse-racing track. assembly rooms – ballrooms that could be rented for private gatherings or subscriptions balls.
Australian Standing Committee on Tourism
ASCOT is a text database maintained by the ASC containing details of overs 900,000 companies. Access is available publicly through Info One and Law Point.
Assessment of Safety Culture in Organizations Team