In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They're black with a peaked beret and red armband.
- He is described as being aged between 30 and 40 and was wearing jeans, a dark jacket and a peaked cap.
- On his head he wore a brown tweed peaked cap and tufts of soft brown hair stuck out from beneath.
- They said he was wearing a dark blue fleece and a peaked cap.
- Some villages appeared to have been recently vacated, their neatly tended walled compounds of round mud huts and peaked thatched roofs empty of people and animals.
- ‘But I have his hat,’ Josie told her, holding up the dripping tweed peaked cap.
- He seemed to be an old-fashioned post-man, with a crisp blue suit and peaked cap.
- He didn't carry an umbrella, but wore his peaked cap to ward off the rain.
- As I got out of the car I noted Geraldine was wearing a light blue zip-up top, matching blue trousers and a blue peaked cap.
- Smart camouflage jackets and peaked caps replaced the rags and turbans of the past.
- He was wearing a white peaked baseball cap, blue jeans and a grey, long-sleeved cotton jacket.
- ‘Good afternoon, Mr. Lakes,’ Jude returned with a tip of his peaked cap.
- I drove the A40, Pat beside me wearing a peaked officer's cap.
- He was of medium build and wore dark jeans, a canvas coat and a peaked crash helmet with a luminous yellow design.
- I was dressed in shirt and shorts wearing a long peaked cap and polarised sunglasses and I was covered with lots of sunscreen.
- I carry two different hats, a peaked cap, and a hat with a flap which covers the ears and back of the neck.
- His head was covered by a peaked cap and his face hidden behind a black gas mask.
- Resplendent in white gloves and peaked cap, the traffic policeman watched helplessly.
- He was wearing a white peaked cap with the cap turned backwards on his head.
- They wear peaked caps, and heavy duffle coats, on top of neat uniforms.
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- Jenny Jones was a thin woman now, and looked peaked and sickly.
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