Translation of headpiece in Spanish:

headpiece

prenda de cabeza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛdˌpis//ˈhɛdpiːs/

noun

  • 1

    (head decoration)
    prenda de cabeza feminine
    • I found a really nice picture of my face during a rehearsal of Swan Lake, when we were wearing our headpieces and bits of our costume.
    • Her elaborate headpiece looked like a much exaggerated crown.
    • Using silk flowers, crystals, fine silks and antique lace, the women sewed garters, ring pillows, purses for the bridal party, headpieces and veils.
    • The 10 female dancers of this Sydney-based company, bedecked in richly colored costumes and jewelled headpieces, performed in late July for a total of three shows.
    • For the present at least, the huge drops are being kept in air-conditioned storage and the other properties, slippers, costumes, and headpieces, wait for the courts to decide who are their rightful owners.
    • I stuck with maroon and gold and with a gold headpiece with a deep red veil.
    • I retrieved my gun first, and then pulled the headpiece out of the helmet.
    • Although feathers remained, hats, headwraps and heavily-decorated headpieces helped to enhance costumes.
    • It's very comfortable, almost like a leotard, and the headpiece is soft - you can put jewels everywhere and make it your own.
    • There are six costume changes, with different headpieces for each, and they're all amazing, just beautiful.
    • Once he was sure that they were on tight and snug, he donned the gloves that were more deserving of the name ‘gauntlets’, and a special headpiece that featured yellow lenses worn over the eyes.
    • Lucia is dressed in a white robe and crowned with a headpiece of candles.
    • People wear lots of jewelry: large chunks of amber, and semiprecious stones, headpieces with bead work and feathers, large ornate silver ornaments shaped into Celtic knots.
    • The headpieces, which looked like mops, draped from the heads of the revellers, bounced up and down as they moved across the stage.
    • Women have a choice of several feathered and sequined costumes, complete with chiffon trains and abundantly feathered headpieces, all coordinated according to the seven sections the band is presenting.
    • With short, ruffled tops and skirts and headpieces for the women, and large, ruffle-sleeved tops and white pants for the men, the group danced conga oriental, a common diversion during Cuba's Carnaval.
    • They did, however, place a headpiece on her head that resembled a dunce cap.
    • More searching turned up golden slippers, and a hair net of pearls and moonstones, held on by a headpiece that looked like a combination between a circlet and a headband.
    • I was distracted by their beautiful costumes: soft animal skin boots, striking headpieces with eagle and parrot feathers, elaborate silver concho belts, turquoise squash blossom jewellery, and tinkling ankle bells.
    • June on the other hand had a gorgeous white wedding dress with lace and satin and a beautiful headpiece.
  • 2

    (in book)
    viñeta feminine
  • 3

    (of bridle)
    cabezada feminine
    cabezal masculine