Definition of 'hat'
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Few rabbits were pulled from his hat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some of the north wing is too dangerous to enter without a hard hat. The Sun (2016)He surprised me by handing me his hat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have to take your hat off to him. The Sun (2017)His victories are depicted in iron crosses notched inside the brim of the hat. Smithsonian Mag (2017)So she decided to trek for help, wearing a parka coat, a woolly hat and hiking boots. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What I wouldn't give for a hat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)People know that magicians put the rabbits in the hat before pulling it out. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There were felt hats on fashionable heads in all four cities this season. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why do you have a hard hat? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Yet this argument could already be old hat. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The mayor took me out shopping and bought me some fantastic cowboy boots and a cowboy hat. The Sun (2009)He was given a new hat as a present. Times, Sunday Times (2013)None has yet dared to give him a woolly hat as a present. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Your hat can save one life but your voice can save millions. The Sun (2008)He would always take off his hat and bow. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was no stranger to hardship brim of his hat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then he put his hat back on and made his way home. Christianity Today (2000)We do seem to throw away winning positions at the throw of a hat. The Sun (2009)Will he throw his hat into the ring? Times, Sunday Times (2008)We want to be in the hat for round three. The Sun (2014)He had a woolly hat pulled down over his face. The Sun (2014)There are heads with hats and heads without. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The crew wore hard hats but no safety harnesses as they balanced on the flimsy narrow structure. The Sun (2015)This silly thing that we are macho and we play football is very old hat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He wore the cowboy hat and he had a beard. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)Hats give people a passport to show off. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At night it became so cold that some of the men would sleep in woolly hats. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)My mother used to do the cleaning of the upper rooms in our house wearing a hat and coat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On the one hand, beanie hats are just another essential component of winter. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Otherwise, many of us wear hats to keep the light from hurting our eyes. The Sun (2012)The future foreign secretary had not met him before, was not sure what he looked like and almost handed him his hat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'hat'
British English: hat /hæt/ NOUN
A hat is a covering that you wear on your head.
...a woman in a red hat.
- American English: hat
- Arabic: قُبَّعَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: chapéu
- Chinese: 帽子
- Croatian: šešir
- Czech: klobouk
- Danish: hat
- Dutch: hoed
- European Spanish: sombrero
- Finnish: hattu
- French: chapeau
- German: Hut
- Greek: καπέλο
- Italian: cappello
- Japanese: 帽子
- Korean: 모자
- Norwegian: hatt
- Polish: kapelusz
- European Portuguese: chapéu
- Romanian: pălărie
- Russian: шапка
- Spanish: sombrero
- Swedish: hatt
- Thai: หมวก
- Turkish: şapka
- Ukrainian: шапка
- Vietnamese: mũ
Definition of hat from the Collins English Dictionary
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