Definition of 'baseball cap'
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The banker appeared exhausted and was wearing a baseball cap pulled low to hide his face. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Avoid teaming with a baseball cap - a flat cap is much better. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He displays a more casual fashion sense than commonly known, wearing a baseball cap and stylish sunglasses. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He kept Palace up and made it cool for middle-aged men to wear baseball caps. The Sun (2014)He's also wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses, and keeps looking around nervously. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He's wearing a white baseball cap, some impressive bling and a shirt at least two sizes too small for him. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'baseball cap'
British English: baseball cap /ˈbeɪsˌbɔːl kæp/ NOUN
A baseball cap is a close-fitting thin cap with a deep peak.
He often wore a baseball cap.
- American English: baseball cap
- Arabic: قُبَعَة البيسبول
- Brazilian Portuguese: boné
- Chinese: 棒球帽
- Croatian: bejzbol kapa
- Czech: kšiltovka
- Danish: baseballkasket
- Dutch: honkbalpet
- European Spanish: gorra de béisbol
- Finnish: baseball-lakki
- French: casquette de baseball
- German: Baseballmütze
- Greek: καπελάκι μπέιζμπολ
- Italian: berretto con visiera
- Japanese: 野球帽
- Korean: 야구 모자
- Norwegian: baseball-caps
- Polish: czapka z daszkiem
- European Portuguese: boné
- Romanian: șapcă de baseball
- Russian: бейсболка
- Spanish: gorra de béisbol
- Swedish: basebollkeps
- Thai: หมวกแก๊ปสำหรับเล่นเบสบอล
- Turkish: beyzbol kepi
- Ukrainian: бейсболка
- Vietnamese: mũ bóng chày
Definition of baseball cap from the Collins English Dictionary
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