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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “cap”

cap

noun [C] (HAT)
帽子
 
 
/kæp/
a soft flat hat which has a curved part sticking out at the front, often worn as part of a uniform
(有帽舌的)便帽,制服帽
Things worn to cover the head, face or neck
a thin hat that stops your hair getting wet when swimming or taking a shower
(防水的)帽
a shower/swimming cap
浴/泳帽
Things worn to cover the head, face or neck
UK a hat given to someone who plays for their national team in a particular sport, or a player who receives this
(國家隊的)隊員帽;(代表國家隊參賽的)運動員
Davis has 17 Scottish caps (= has played for Scotland 17 times).
戴維斯17次代表蘇格蘭參賽。
The team contains five international caps.
這支隊伍裡有五位國際體育比賽選手。
Competitors and participants in sports and games
(Definition of cap noun (HAT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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