bowler hat Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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bowler hatnoun

uk   us   (also bowler, US also derby)
a man's ​hat that is ​black and has a round, hard ​top
bowler-hatted
adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌbəʊ.ləˈhæt.ɪd/  us   /ˌboʊ.lɚˈhæt̬-/ UK
A bowler-hatted ​person is ​wearing a bowler ​hat: The bowler-hatted British ​businessman is not a ​commonsight any more.
(Definition of bowler hat from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bowler hat”
in Chinese (Simplified) 常礼帽,圆顶高帽…
in Turkish geçmişte erkeklerin giydiği yuvarlak, sert siyah şapka, hasket…
in Russian котелок (шляпа)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 常禮帽,圓頂高帽…
in Polish melonik…
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