sombrero de jipijapa translation | Spanish-English dictionary

sombrero de jipijapa nm.
Panama hat

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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
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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
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"sombrero de jipijapa": examples and translations in context
Los tejedores mas experimentados estaban localizados en los pueblos de Jipijapa y Montecristi (Provincia de Manabi) y pronto esos pueblos se volvieron centros para el tejido y sus sombreros tomaron los nombres del pueblo. Skilled weavers were located in the towns of Jipijapa and Montecristi (Manabi Province) and soon these villages turned into hat weaving centers and named their hats after their towns.
Definitivamente no es sombrero de alcalde. That is definitely not a mayor's hat.
No mires escaparates donde hay sombreros de mujer. You do not watch showcases where there are woman hats.
- Ponte un sombrero de cowboy... - Why don't you wear a cowboy cap...
Traidor y sombrero de paja, sombrero de paja y traidor. Traitor and straw hat, straw hat and traitor.
Sombrero de encaje, mecedora, calceta. Lace cap, rocking chair, knitting.
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