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bombín

  
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1    (=sombrero)   bowler hat, derby   (EEUU)  
2      (Cono Sur)   [+de aire]   pump
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
bombín nm.
bowler hat

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"bombín": examples and translations in context
Ponle un bombín encima, sería obsceno. Put a bowler hat on top of it, it's filthy.
Las curvas del bombín se adaptarían bien a su cabeza. The round shapes of the bowler hat would suit you well.
Todavía puedo verlo delante de mí, con su bombín y su paraguas. I can still see him in front of me, with his bowler and his umbrella.
Que vi a Zelldorf en el Espinoza's con un bombín verde y cosas así... I said I saw count Zeldorf going into Espinosa's in a green bowler, you know.
En Francia hoydía, la Premio de Diane-Hermès a Chantilly es una cita mundana donde los hombres llevan a bombín, gibus y hauts-de-forme y las mujeres arbolan los toca más espectaculares. In France nowadays, Diane-Hermes' Price in Chantilly is a worldly appointment where the men carry hat melon, gibus and tophats and the women raise the most spectacular headgears.
Un bombín o melón es un sombrero de fieltro rígido y abombado. A hat melon or melon is a rigid and rounded felt hat.
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