Translation of bonnet in Spanish:


sombrero, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbɒnɪt//ˈbɑnət/


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    • 1.1(for woman)

      sombrero masculine
      • Large turquoise bonnets with tiny birds around the brim.
      • One was for prominent Bollywood directors, the other was for the Jane Austen society who turned up to the screening in Bath dressed in bonnets and top hats.
      • Easter is next week and that means little kids in cute dresses and bonnets, not down jackets and knit caps.
      • Women's costumes in Normandy include white, flared bonnets and dresses with wide, elbow-length sleeves.
      • Straw boaters, summer bonnets and picnic baskets will be the order of the day although limited refreshments will be provided at the venue.
      • A plump woman in a black dress with a white bonnet and apron had come out of the parlor, a feather duster in her hand.
      • She was a beautiful woman, her skin was fair and pale and her chestnut brown hair was soft a silky in the sun when she took her bonnet off.
      • Marietta slowly wrapped her light shawl around her shoulders, then tied on her bonnet, taking one last glance at Nathan.
      • They left after Geneva found her bonnet and tied the strings under her chin perfectly, and they both put on their coats.
      • It was a straw bonnet with light blue lace ribbon around it.
      • Her curly blonde hair was pulled into a tight bun atop her head, and she was wearing a white bonnet that matched her black maids' frock and white apron.
      • She had many bonnets, but the new style was a small hat that did nothing to shade the sun from your eyes but tied underneath your chin with beautiful silk strings.
      • Men often dressed in baggy black pants and wide-brimmed hats, while women wore voluminous black dresses, embroidered bodices, and lace bonnets.
      • They often looked quite picturesque, the womenfolk in their bonnets and the men folk in their straw hats.
      • From inside his coat he produced her bonnet, battered and dirty.
      • I began tying the bonnet ribbon under my chin as I made my way to her.
      • To heighten the tension, the Amish group is dressed in traditional attire that includes bonnets and suspenders.
      • Dresses irked him, let alone such things as bonnets, gloves, and parasols.
      • Pioneer women wore bonnets and gloves to keep their skin white while plowing the fields.
      • They had decided to revert to the old-style button-up tunics and bonnets.

    • 1.2(for baby)

      gorrito masculine
      gorrita feminine Southern Cone

    • 1.3(Scottish beret)

      gorra escocesa feminine
      • Hard to miss, especially as they turned out in full dress uniform with plaids and feather bonnets on what turned out to be a warm day.
      • He is depicted clothed in this painting, wearing a feathered bonnet, and again confronts the viewer directly.
      • After fierce fighting the Mahratta front line on the British left was broken by the 78th Highlanders, majestic giants in kilts and feathered bonnets.
      • They were Scotsmen in kilts, brandishing bayonets and wearing feathered bonnets.
      • And while these elderly gents may look faintly ridiculous when they troop out in their finery of tartan trews, Lincoln green tunics and feathered bonnets they are all serious people.
      • As he walks up the final fairway, waving a new tartan bonnet, the crowd rise in tribute to a great champion.
      • His bald head was currently covered with a bonnet.
      • Armed to the teeth and clad in kilt, tartan hose and bonnet, he looks every inch the clan chieftain.
      • Gurkhas and Scots Highlanders have always had a close mutual affinity and the Gurkha bagpipe and diced bonnet are directly drawn from those of their comrades.

  • 2British

    Motor vehicles
    capó masculine
    capote masculine Mexico
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    (of chimney)
    sombrerete masculine