Definition of 'bonnet'
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Groovy youngsters strutting around on car bonnets? Times, Sunday Times (2017)Because of those hexagonal bonnet vents that open to cool the Formula E race car batteries. The Sun (2016)Under its bonnet lies an engine like no other in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Give me a bonnet and shawl and let me go out and find him. Vanity Fair (1837)You sit extremely low so that you can admire the long sculpted bonnet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That little royal flag on the bonnet of her car. Times, Sunday Times (2015)With the new ones you need a computer just to open the bonnet. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And there are no bonnets or bowler hats. The Sun (2010)You can also fry an egg on your car bonnet after a long journey. The Sun (2014)One of them is a stylish roll across a car bonnet. The Sun (2013)He opened the bonnet of the car. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But we have reached a point where a road car simply cannot handle the potency of the engine under the bonnet. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And just for pure bling, the bonnet has prism lights sprinkled on top. The Sun (2010)Remove the thyme stalks, scotch bonnet and spring onion before serving. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Thankfully, neither fancied lying across the bonnet wearing a bikini. The Sun (2012)Fill and boil the kettle, then put the scotch bonnets in a colander. The Sun (2014)Only his family don't look best pleased when he tells them they have to wear bonnets. The Sun (2011)She glared around the circle of Sunday bonnets and hats. CHARMED LIFE (1977)They moved the engine from the bonnet to the cabin and added a propeller, rudder and tiller. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'bonnet'
British English: bonnet /ˈbɒnɪt/ NOUN
car The bonnet of a car is the metal cover over the engine at the front.
We opened up the car bonnet.
- American English: hood car
- Arabic: غِطَاء مُحَرِّك السيَّارة
- Brazilian Portuguese: capô do carro
- Chinese: 引擎罩
- Croatian: hauba
- Czech: kapota
- Danish: motorhjelm
- Dutch: motorkap
- European Spanish: capó
- Finnish: konepelti
- French: capot
- German: Motorhaube
- Greek: καπό
- Italian: cofano
- Japanese: ボンネット
- Korean: 보닛
- Norwegian: panser
- Polish: maska samochodu
- European Portuguese: capô do carro
- Romanian: capotă
- Russian: капот
- Spanish: capote
- Swedish: motorhuv
- Thai: ฝากระโปรงรถยนต์
- Turkish: motor kapağı
- Ukrainian: капот
- Vietnamese: cốp xe ôtô
British English: bonnet NOUN
hat A bonnet is a hat with ribbons that are tied under the chin.
Definition of bonnet from the Collins English Dictionary
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