In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
2also panama", "Panama hat", "panama hatpanamá masculinesombrero de jipijapa masculinejipijapa masculine
- In the old days he'd always worn a bowler hat, of course, and when they went out of fashion, a trilby; never a panama, not to the Club.
- Only buy a panama hat with a sweatband, which helps keep your hat in place and prevents it from stretching out.
- But people would not like it; the embarrassment of a dead man's jacket, his baseball cap and panama on the hallstand.
- Then, panamas or linen hats were the order of the day.
- In several he looked like a 1970s football manager in his white panama hat and a sheepskin coat.
- But I guess I wasn't counting on the enduring shade of the panama hat.
- Even if you don't think of yourself as much of a ‘hat ‘person, a panama hat is one of the best places to start.’
- My wide-brimmed panama hat was chilling nicely in the boat's hat cooler.
- The sweat dribbled around the patent brim of his new white panama.
- It would never fit again and he had to make do, most unwillingly, with a borrowed panama.
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