Translation of cockade in Spanish:

cockade

escarapela, n.

Pronunciation /kɑˈkeɪd//kɒˈkeɪd/

noun

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    escarapela feminine
    • The guards on both sides - the opposing side equally smart with dark green cockades - were rapid-marching to and fro.
    • This was often adorned with a cockade and gold lace.
    • In his bonnet the champion sports a cockade neither of Jacobite white nor of Hanoverian black.
    • I greeted him, pinning a cheery red, white and blue cockade to his hat.
    • Two flunkeys stood at the back of the carriage and the little cockades in their hats were fashioned according to the rank of their employer.
    • They were staunch Jacobites, and even after Culloden they continued to bear arms and wear the white cockade.
    • Although the external decoration varied from garland to garland, similarities did exist consisting of ‘printed paper rosettes, cockades, and silk hangings’.
    • For the head they wear a straw hat, wide brim and a cockade on the left side.
    • The country is peopled with patriots in red caps and tricoloured cockades, armed with national muskets and sabres.
    • This helmet plaque, with the remains of a tricolour cockade and an imperial eagle upon it, must be that of someone who fought at Borodino.
    • He argues that participation in political institutions (from voting to wearing cockades and singing republican hymns) led to a sense of empowerment among villagers.
    • After many noisy toasts had been drunk, and none to the nation, the national cockade was said to have been trampled as the air rang with unpatriotic slogans.
    • The wives and daughters of leading artists dressed in white with tricolor cockades in their hair when they went to publicly donate their jewelry.