sombrero de jipijapa translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

sombrero de jipijapa nm.
Panama hat

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nm.
top hat
exp.
straw hat
exp.
felt hat
nm.
wide-brimmed hat
nm.
cocked hat
exp.
three-cornered hat
exp.
I took somebody else's hat
exp.
she wears her hat at an angle
exp.
one must make the best of a bad job
(REFRANES)
exp.
slouch hat
nm.
safari hat
pref.
safari hat
exp.
to pull one's hat down over one's eyes
[Latam]
exp.
the one with {o} in the red hat
exp.
that chap with {o} in the hat
exp.
the hat suits him
exp.
wearing a hat
exp.
wearing a hat
exp.
with one's hat on
exp.
a Bogart-style hat
exp.
he had his hat on
exp.
with his hat at a rakish angle
exp.
that hat does not become her
exp.
she doesn't look good in that hat
exp.
a fashionable hat
exp.
to take off one's hat to sth
(MODISMOS)
exp.
he had his hat on not quite straight
Collins

sombrero  

      sm  
1    (=gorro)   hat  
MODISMOS quitarse el sombrero ante algo      to take off one's hat to sth  
  sombrero apuntado   cocked hat  
  sombrero de ala ancha   wide-brimmed hat, broad-brimmed hat  
  sombrero de copa   top hat  
   sombrero de jipijapa          Panama hat  
  sombrero de paja   straw hat  
  sombrero de pelo     (LAm)   top hat  
  sombrero de tres picos   cocked hat, three-cornered hat  
  sombrero flexible   soft hat, trilby, fedora   (EEUU)     
  sombrero gacho   slouch hat  
  sombrero hongo   bowler, bowler hat, derby   (EEUU)     
  sombrero safari   safari hat  
  sombrero tejano   stetson, ten-gallon hat
2      (Bot)   cap
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