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hood

noun /hud/
a usually loose covering for the whole head, often attached to a coat, cloak etc
capucha
He pulled his anorak hood over his head.
a folding cover on a car, pram etc
capota
Put the hood of the pram up – the baby is getting wet.
(American) the bonnet of a car
capó
He raised the hood to look at the engine.
a fold of cloth representing a hood, worn by university graduates over their gowns on ceremonial occasions
muceta
The professors and lecturers all wore their gowns and hoods for the graduation ceremony.
hooded adjective fitted with, or wearing, a hood
encapuchado
a hooded sweatshirt.
hoodie noun ( plural hoodies) ( (also hoody)) (informal) a type of jacket or sweatshirt with a hood.
sudadera con capucha
(informal) a person wearing a hoodie.
persona que lleva una sudadera con capucha
(Definition of hood from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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