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baseball capnoun [C]

uk   /ˈbeɪs.bɔːl ˌkæp/  us   /ˈbeɪs.bɑːl ˌkæp/
a tightly fitting hat, originally worn by baseball players, with a long flat piece at the front to protect the eyes from the sun
(Definition of baseball cap from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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baseball capnoun [C]

a hat with a curved piece of stiff material above the eyes to give protection from the sun, originally worn by baseball players
(Definition of baseball cap from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “baseball cap”
in Arabic قُبّعة البيسبول…
in Korean 야구 모자…
in Portuguese boné de beisebol…
in Catalan gorra de beisbol…
in Japanese 野球帽…
in Chinese (Simplified) 棒球帽…
in Turkish beyzbol şapkası…
in Russian бейсбольная кепка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 棒球帽…
in Italian cappello da baseball…
in Polish bejsbolówka, czapka z daszkiem…
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