turban Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"turban" in British English

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turbannoun [C]

uk   /ˈtɜː.bən/  us   /ˈtɝː-/
a ​headcovering for a man, ​wornespecially by Sikhs, Muslims, and Hindus, made from a ​longpiece of ​cloth that is ​wrapped around the ​top of the ​head many ​times a ​hat for women in this ​style
turbaned
adjective uk   us   /-bənd/
a turbaned man
(Definition of turban from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"turban" in American English

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turbannoun [C]

 us   /ˈtɜr·bən/
a ​headcovering made from a ​longpiece of ​cloth that is ​wrapped around the ​head
(Definition of turban from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “turban”
in Korean 터번…
in Arabic عِمامة…
in Malaysian serban…
in French turban…
in Russian тюрбан, чалма…
in Chinese (Traditional) (錫克族、穆斯林、印度教徒等用的)包頭巾…
in Italian turbante…
in Turkish türban, sarık…
in Polish turban…
in Spanish turbante…
in Vietnamese khăn xếp…
in Portuguese turbante…
in Thai ผ้าโพกหัวของชาวมุสลิม…
in German der Turban…
in Catalan turbant…
in Japanese ターバン…
in Chinese (Simplified) (锡克族、穆斯林、印度教徒等用的)包头巾…
in Indonesian surban…
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