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Translation of "hat" - English-Spanish dictionary

hat

noun /hӕt/
a covering for the head, usually worn out of doors sombrero He raised his hat as the lady approached.
hatter noun
a person who makes or sells hats. sombrerero
hat trick noun
(in football/soccer) three goals scored by one player in a match tres goles marcados por un mismo jugador en un partido Lionel Messi scored a superb hat trick.
keep (something) under one’s hat
to keep (something) secret guardar un secreto Keep it under your hat, but I’m getting married next week.
pass/send round the hat
to ask for or collect money on someone’s behalf. pasar el platillo/la gorra; hacer una colecta
take one’s hat off to
to admire (someone) for doing something descubrirse ante I take my hat off to him for raising so much money for charity.
talk through one’s hat
to talk nonsense. decir tonterías He’s talking through his hat again.
Translations of “hat”
in Arabic قُبَّعة…
in Korean 모자…
in Malaysian topi…
in French chapeau…
in Turkish şapka…
in Italian cappello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帽子, 職位, 職責…
in Russian шляпа…
in Polish czapka, kapelusz…
in Vietnamese mũ…
in Portuguese chapéu…
in Thai หมวก…
in German der Hut…
in Catalan barret…
in Japanese (ふちの付いた)帽子…
in Indonesian topi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帽子, 职位, 职责…
(Definition of hat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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