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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "hat" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 18 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
hat gorro [m]
General
hat chapeo [m]
hat sombrero [m]
hat teja [f] SV NI
hat chingorro [m] NI
hat funche [m] AR
hat pelero [m] SV police
hat riflero [m] AR disused
hat tejo [m] SV
hat tando [m] SV
hat dignidad de cardenal [f] fig.
Colloquial
hat cresta [f] MX
Engineering
hat sombrero de hierro
Chemistry
hat capelo [m]
Geology
hat sombrero [m]
Construction
hat casco [m]
Cinema
hat trípode copa
hat sombrero de copa

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "hat" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
bowler hat hongo [m]
bowler hat bombín [m]
hard hat casco [m]
General
straw hat sarita [f] PE
sun hat pamela [f]
picture hat pamela [f]
hat factory sombrerería [f]
hat shop sombrerería [f]
top hat chistera [f]
hat stand percha [f]
old hat perra [f] CO
felt hat galera [f]
bowler hat galera [f]
top hat bimba [f]
bullfighter's hat montera [f]
with a hat ensombrerado [adj]
wearing a hat ensombrerado [adj]
with a hat cubierto [adj]
straw hat canotier [m]
cardinal's hat capelo [m]
panama hat panamá [m]
top hat sorbete [m] AMER
top hat cilindro [m]
opera hat clac [m]
top hat tarro [m]
three-cornered hat tricornio [m]
with a hat ensombrerada [adj/f]
wearing a hat ensombrerada [adj/f]
with a hat cubierta [adj/f]
brim (hat) ala [f]
wide-brimmed hat with a low crown charra [f] GT HN SV NI
soft hat cachorra [f] rur. rare
crown of a hat copa [f]
hat/clothes rack capotera [f] AMER
top-hat castora [f] rur. rare
brim of a hat/a brazier falda [f]
hat-rack percha [f]
leghorn hat pamela [f]
large hat pava [f] VE
trimming of a hat toquilla [f]
hat-box sombrerera [f]
hat-factory sombrerería [f]
hat-shop sombrerería [f]
brim of a hat/a brazier ala [f]
pull off one's hat/cap desgorrarse [v]
mix the hairs and fibers in hat-making batochar [v] rare
put on one's hat cubrirse [v]
take off one's hat to anyone descubrirse [v]
clap on one's hat encasquetar [v]
put on one's hat tocarse [v]
with raised brim (a hat) arrufaldado [adj]
shaped like a three-cornered hat acandilado [adj]
uncocked (hat) chambergo [adj]
hat-band cintillo [m]
guard ribbon for a hat barbiquejo [m]
hat guard barboquejo [m]
opera-hat clac [m]
cocked hat clac [m]
hat and coat rack clavijero [m]
priest's hat canalón [m]
straw-hat canotié [m]
hat with two points bicornio [m]
kind of hat worn by women in leon and asturias caramiello [m]
top hat cubilete [m] CO
conical hat used by countrymen cucho [m] CL
crown of hat casco [m]
certain kind of hat busingote [m]
cocked hat falucho [m] AR
slouch hat hongo [m]
derby hat hongo [m]
felt hat fieltro [m]
hat-form formillón [m]
hat-block formillón [m]
wide-brimmed hat guarapón [m] CL
long plume round a hat látigo [m]
corner/cock of a hat pico [m]
cardinal's red hat píleo [m]
hat-pin rascador [m]
large straw hat of peasants raspón [m] CO
broad-brimmed hat pavero [m]
large hat sombrerazo [m]
doffing the hat sombrerazo [m]
blow with a hat sombrerazo [m]
small hat sombrerete [m]
hat-maker sombrerero [m]
jeweled hat-band of gold or silver trencillo [m]
small hat sombrerico [m]
silk hat sombrero de copa [m]
hat guard barbuquejo [m]
shaped like a three-cornered hat acandilada [adj/f]
with raised brim (a hat) arrufaldada [adj/f]
uncocked (hat) chamberga [adj/f]
hat pin agujeta [f] AL
like a slouch hat achambergado [adj]
shovel hat teja [f]
hat-maker sombrerera [f]
wide-brimmed hat pamela [f]
panama hat palm fiber paja toquilla [f]
red army hat which was used during the russian civil war budiónovka [f]
kind of women's and children's hat gorra [f]
kind of women's and children's hat cofia [f]
panama hat jipijapa [f]
a kind of brimmed hat from south america jipijapa [f]
kind of women's and children's hat capucha [f]
a type of wide-brimmed hat capellina [f]
bagpiper's hat montera [f]
hat block horma [f]
high-hat bomba [f]
panama hat palm toquilla [f]
crown (hat/tree) copa [f]
flat brimmed straw hat batelera [f] CL disused
felt hat callampa [f] CL rur.
a person who compresses the protruding straws of the flap of an ecuadorian toquilla hat azocadora [f] EC
high top hat with a narrow brim, woven from a single piece of cane boca de canasta [f] DO
hat brim brisera [f] NI
hat with a strap brisera [f] NI
top hat bomba [f] DO
hat band cachuna [f] BO:S
hat with a wide felt brim and conical crown charra [f] GT HN SV NI
cap or hat that covers the head and ears chapeta [f] SV
straw hat, with a low crown and wide brim used by women, especially in the summer chambelona [f] VE
hat with a very high brim champa (del náhuatl) [f] SV
wide brimmed straw hat for women capelina [f] PY AR UY
wide brimmed straw hat for women capelina [f] CL rare
straw hat chupalla [f] CL AR:Nw
wide-brimmed straw hat chupaya [f] AR:Nw
young boy's hat that adjusts to the head escofieta [f] DO disused
young boy's hat escofina [f] PR
young boy's hat escorfina [f] PR EC
each concentric row of weaving in a straw hat carrera [f] EC
top hat galera [f] BO PY AR UY CL rare
rustic hat with short top and brim guaripa [f] MX
man's straw hat, with an oval crown and brim coliza [f] CL
wide-brimmed straw hat corrosca [f] CO:C,N
male straw hat with an oval crown, rectilinear sides, and oval brim hallulla [f] CL
process of adding a row of straw weaving to a panama hat ingerida [f] EC rare
straw hat jipa [f] CO VE
front brim of a charro mexican horse rider hat lorenzana [f] MX
series of blows to the weave when making a straw hat maceteada [f] EC
palm frond hat empleita [f] PR
panama hat plant leaf used in salads nacuma [f] CO:Ne
newborn hat montera [f] VE:Sw
fiber of the panama hat plant paja toquilla [f] EC
wide-brimmed peasant hat made of palm fiber pava [f] DO PR
cardboard hat lined in velvet, adorned with pearls and a feather pastorina [f] PE:C rur.
women's hat with a wide brim and low crown pava [f] PA CO VE
set of palm sprouts used to make a panama hat peseta [f] EC
old and damaged hat perra [f] CO:C,W rur.
pass round the hat talacha [f] GT
straw hat tostada [f] EC:W
put one's hat on cubrirse [v]
pull on (a hat) encasquetar [v]
remove the hat of destocar [v]
pull down (hat) calar [v] VE
orient something so that it's upright (hat) arriscar [v] HN SV NI
lift something so that it's upright (hat) arriscar [v] HN SV NI
compress the protruding straws of the flap finish of an ecuadorian toquilla straw hat asocar [v] CU
compress the protruding straws of the flap finish of an ecuadorian toquilla straw hat azocar [v] EC
doff a hat hacer chapó [v]
doff a hat sacarse el sombrero (en forma de reconocimiento) [v]
don a hat ponerse un sombrero [v]
throw one's hat into the ring candidatarse [v] PY
throw one's hat into the ring candidatarse [v] PY
throw one's hat into the ring candidatizarse [v] PA
add a row of straw weaving to a panama hat ingerir [v] EC
pound the weave when making a straw hat macear [v] EC
hit the weave when making a straw hat macetear [v] EC
sew the satin of a hat rasear [v] BO:W
tip one's hat down requintar [v] AR
tip one's hat down requintar [v] UY rare
tip one's hat up requintar [v] UY rare
tip one's hat up requintar [v] AR rur.
tighten straws of a straw hat zocar [v] EC
wide-brimmed (hat) alerudo [adj] HN
wide-brimmed (hat) aludo [adj] HN NI AR UY
wide-brimmed (hat) alón [adj] PA CU CO VE EC BO
wide-brimmed (hat) alón [adj] UY rare
oriented upright (hat/clothes/mustache/nose) arrizado [adj] HN SV NI
turned up (brim of a hat) arriscado [adj] MX HN NI CL EC rare
with a downwardly inclined flap (hat) asolapado [adj] HN rur.
wide-brimmed (hat) vividor [adj] HN
tilted up and worn toward the back of the head (hat) abriscanado [adj] MX:N rur.
with wide brimmed hat charrudo [adj] HN SV
wearing a big hat sombrerudo [adj] MX HN SV NI AR
wearing a big hat sombrerudo [adj] MX HN SV NI AR
related to panama hat fiber toquillero [adj] EC
wide brimmed hat vividor [adj] HN
pill-box hat casquete [m]
top hat sombrero de copa [m]
tri-corn hat tricornio [m]
kind of hat chullo [m]
panama hat sombrero panamá [m]
panama hat sombrero de paja toquilla [m]
a kind of brimmed hat from south america sombrero panamá [m]
a kind of brimmed hat from south america panamá [m]
a kind of brimmed hat from south america sombrero de paja toquilla [m]
hat rack perchero (furniture) [m]
hat trick triplete [m]
hi-hat chaston [m]
hi-hat charles [m]
hi-hat hi-hat [m]
hi-hat contratiempo [m]
crown (top of hat) casco [m]
tip of the hat sombrerazo [m]
(broad-rimmed) hat chambergo [m]
slouch hat chambergo [m]
clown hat bonete [m]
cone-shaped hat bonete [m]
crush hat clac [m]
bucket hat sombrero de pescador [m]
bucket hat sombrero con un borde ancho y inclinado hacia abajo [m]
beanie hat sombrero de lana ceñido a la cabeza [m]
a straw hat aguado [m] EC rare
curved indigenous hat brim barquillado [m] BO:W
bowler hat bolera [m] GT HN
man's hat cagua [m] CU
straw hat with an open weave like randa or lace calado [m] EC
the action of compressing the protruding straws of the flap of a hat azocada [m] EC
a person who compresses the protruding straws of the flap of an ecuadorian toquilla hat azocador [m] EC
the action of compressing the protruding straws of the flap of a hat azoque [m] EC
the action of compressing the protruding straws of the flap of a hat azoque [m] EC
bowler hat bolera (inglés) [m] GT HN
bowler hat bombo [m] DO disused
tall hat buche [m] CU EC
a dance performed around a hat placed on the floor baile del sombrero [m] DO
hat dance baile del sombrero [m] DO
hard hat capacete [m] DO PR
(old) hat capacho [m] AR EC rare
ear hat sombrero con orejeras [m]
ear hat gorro con orejeras [m]
hat made of fine palm fronds cuatromilpas [m] HN:N
bowler hat cumbo [m] GT
derby hat cumbo [m] GT
exchange of gifts among a group of friends or workmates by drawing names from a hat cuchumbo (del maya) [m] HN
hat with a crown that can be folded clac [m] DO disused
colorful wool hat with ear flaps chullo [m] EC rare
colorful wool hat with ear flaps chullo [m] PE BO
colorful wool hat with ear flaps chulo [m] BO AR
old hat chinchorro [m] SV
mixed-race person wearing a wide brim hat, shirt, and vest cholo [m] BO:W,C,S disused
white cloth hat chonete [m] CR
colorful wool winter hat with ear flaps chuyo [m] PE
old, worn out hat choroco [m] HN rur.
bicorne military hat falucho [m] AR
hat chin strap casquillo [m] HN rur.
hat chin cord casquillo [m] HN rur.
top hat galerón [m] PY disused
wide-brimmed hat used in the field guarapón [m] PE BO CL AR rare
small military hat coscacho [m] CL disused
wide brimmed hat conchudo [m] HN
wide-brimmed hat woven with tender leaves of some palm trees cogollo [m] VE
hat with a rustic crown and narrow brim güichol [m] MX
hat block hormillón [m] BO:Sw
hat made from leaves of the panama hat plant junco [m] HN
hard felt hat with a low crown and wide and flat brim jarano [m] MX
finishing of a straw hat enfrenado [m] PE
wool hat llucho [m] BO
wool hat lluchu [m] BO
andean knit hat llucho [m] BO
andean knit hat lluchu [m] BO
molding of the rim of a hat so that it curves upward embarquillado [m] BO:W,C,N
series of blows to the weave when making a straw hat maceteo [m] EC
palm frond hat empalmado [m] HN rur.
straw hat machito [m] EC:W
man's hat orión [m] AR
set of ninety-six panama hat sprouts to manufacture panama hats ocho [m] EC
hat block molde [m] PA
panama hat montecristi [m] EC
hat mold molde [m] PA
old hat muchico [m] EC disused
wool hat ovejón [m] PE rur.
felt hat panceburro [m] DO rare
young man wearing a colorful wide suit, two-tone shoes, and a hat with a feather pachuco [m] MX disused
hat pin pinche [m] PY AR
hat pin pincho [m] AR
rigid straw hat with a black ribbon rancho [m] UY AR disused
carandilla palm hat saó [m] BO:E
wool woven hat with earflaps, with multicolored drawings, used for the cold in the andean regions tucumán [m] PE
folk hat with black spots on the crown, ribbon and brim tumbahombre [m] PA
palm hat yarey [m] DO
hard felt hat with a low crown and wide and flat brim sombrero jarano [m] MX
curl-brimmed hat sombrero abarquillado [m] HN rur.
straw hat sombrero aguadeño [m] CO
wide-brimmed hat sombrero alón [m] BO:S,Ne rur.
wide-brimmed hat sombrero alón [m] CU CO AR CL disused
small-brimmed hat with a low cup sombrero coya [m] AR
wide-brimmed hat used in the sun sombrero de cogollo [m] VE
palm hat sombrero de guano [m] CU
straw hat sombrero de junco [m] HN rur.
hard straw hat, short brimmed and low cup sombrero de pajilla [m] CU
palm hat sombrero de palma [m] HN rur.
top hat sombrero de pelo [m] CL disused
palm hat sombrero empalmado [m] HN
felt hat sombrero jarano [m] MX
wide-brimmed palm hat sombrero jíbaro [m] PR
wool hat sombrero ovejón [m] AR:Nw
wool hat sombrero ovejuno [m] AR:Nw
large brimmed hat woven with sedge fibers used in rural areas sombrero pirí [m] PY
wide-brimmed hat made with black and white braided fibers sombrero vueltiao [m] CO
potbellied goblin with the appearance of a child with a tall pointed hat to woo young girls zipe [m] HN SV:E
potbellied goblin with the appearance of a child with a tall pointed hat to woo young girls zipitín [m] SV
potbellied goblin with the appearance of a child with a tall pointed hat to woo young girls zipitío [m] HN SV
felt hat jarano [m] MX
bowler hat tongo [m] EC rare
top hat tarro alto [m] BO
hi-hat contratiempos [m/pl]
hat made of velvety/fine felt pelo de guama  [loc/nom] VE
large crowned, narrow-brimmed cane hat boca de canasta [loc/nom] DO
light colored hat with a wide brim pepita de guate [loc/nom] PA
tirolean hat sombrero tirolés
bowler hat sombrero hongo
panama hat sombrero de paja toquilla
panama hat sombrero panamá
top hat sombrero de copa
cake and hat torta y sombrero
hat box sombrerera [f]
hat-case sombrerera [f]
hat-band cinta [f]
top-hat chistera [f]
lift one's hat quitarse el sombrero [v]
pass round the hat hacer una colecta [v]
put on one's hat ponerse el sombrero [v]
pass round the hat pasar el cepillo [v]
take off one's hat quitarse el sombrero [v]
fashionable hat sombrero a la moda [m]
three-cornered hat sombrero de tres picos [m]
panama hat sombrero de jipijapa [m]
high hat sombrero de copa [m]
chimney-pot hat sombrero de copa [m]
tall hat sombrero de copa [m]
cocked hat tricornio [m]
cocked hat sombrero de tres picos [m]
stove-pipe hat sombrero de copa [m]
hat-band cintillo de sombrero [m]
hat-pin alfiler de sombrero [m]
hat-pin pasador de sombrero [m]
shovel hat sombrero de teja [m]
straw hat sombrero de paja [m]
slouch-hat sombrero gacho [m]
top-hat sombrero de copa [m]
Colloquial
top-hat cacimba [f]
silk hat chistera [f]
slouch-hat galera [f] AR CL PY PE
silk hat galera [f] AR CL PY UY
tall hat sorbetera [f]
top-hat bimba [f]
salutation by taking off the hat bonetada [f]
pass the hat round pasar la gorra [v]
be a bad hat tener sangre de chinches [v]
throw one's hat into the ring apuntarse a un bombardeo [v] ES
be an old hat estar muy visto [v]
throw one's hat into the ring presentarse a las elecciones [v]
throw one's hat into the ring participar como concursante en una competencia [v]
be a high-hat ponerse gallito [v]
be a high-hat ser un gallito [v]
be a high-hat ponerse flamenco [v]
be a high-hat ponerse farruco [v]
be a high-hat ponerse chulo [v] MX
be a bad hat ser una piedra en el zapato [v]
be a bad hat ser una mosca cojonera [v]
be all hat and no cattle tener mucha fachada [v]
take one's hat and leave tomar pipa [v]
take one's hat and go away tomar pipa [v]
take off one's hat escapelarse (italiano) [v] AR
secure someone's a hat strap enchacunar [v] BO:S
secure one's hat strap enchacunar [v] BO:S
wide-brimmed (hat) faldón [adj] EC:S
point of cocked hat candil [m]
large hat gavión [m]
wool hat chulo [m] BO:C,W
hat mold embarquillador [m] BO
hat with a visor yoqui [m] PY
top hat tarro [m] EC BO:E,W,S
bad hat incordiante [m/f]
one who sues at the drop of a hat picapleitos [m/f]
pass the hat around pasar la gorra
at the drop of a hat de inmediato
at the drop of a hat en un abrir y cerrar de ojos
at the drop of a hat al instante
at the drop of a hat a primeras de cambio
at the drop of a hat en un parpadear
at the drop of a hat en un suspiro
at the drop of a hat en un santiamén
keep it under your hat! ¡de esto no digas ni pío!
keep it under your hat! ¡mantenlo en secreto!
keep it under your hat! ¡de esto, ni una palabra!
take one’s hat off quitarse el sombrero ante alguien
bad hat la chinche
bad hat el chinche
bad hat alma de judas
I’ll eat my hat if. . . soy napoleón si...
old hat una antigualla
hang on to your hat prepárense para lo que viene
hang on to your hat tengan cuidado
hang on to your hat! ¡agárrate fuerte!
hang on to your hat abróchense los cinturones de seguridad
bad hat una buena pieza
with hat in hand modestamente
with hat in hand con humildad
Phrases
at the drop of a hat a la menor provocación [adv]
at the drop of a hat a la zumba marumba [adv]
at the drop of a hat aquí te pillo, aquí te mato [adv]
at the drop of a hat aquí te pillo y aquí te mato [adv]
at the drop of a hat aquí te cojo, aquí te mato [adv]
at the drop of a hat aquí te cojo y aquí te mato [adv]
keep it under your hat no decirle a nadie
under the hat sin ser visto
under the hat a escondidas
at the drop of a hat en un credo
at the drop of a hat en dos trancos
at the drop of a hat en un decir amén
at the drop of a hat en un dos por tres
at the drop of a hat en menos que canta un gallo
at the drop of a hat en menos que se reza un padrenuestro
at the drop of a hat sin más ni más
I will eat my hat (I will be very surprised which is used to express strong disbelief in something) que venga dios y lo vea
I will eat my hat (I will be very surprised which is used to express strong disbelief in something) que baje dios y lo vea
Idioms
with the front brim of one's hat raised, indicating a challenge to fight a la pedrada [adv] PA
keep it under your hat guardar el secreto [v]
cannot keep something under his hat no caberle algo a alguien en el pecho [v]
keep under one's hat no soltar prenda [v]
take off one's hat to someone sacarse el sombrero ante alguien [v]
take one's hat off to mostrar respeto hacia [v]
take one's hat off to admirar a [v]
take one's hat off to sacarse el sombrero ante alguien [v]
come hat in hand venir con la cabeza gacha [v]
come/go hat in hand venir con la cabeza gacha [v]
talk through one's hat hacer afirmaciones sin fundamento [v]
talk through one's hat hacer comentarios estúpidos [v]
talk through one's hat decir estupideces [v]
talk through one's hat hablar sin saber [v]
talk through one's hat decir disparates [v]
talk through one's hat decir bobadas [v]
talk through one's hat hablar sin conocer [v]
talk through one's hat decir boberías [v]
talk through one's hat hablar tonterías [v]
talk through one's hat decir sandeces [v]
talk through one's hat hablar sin fundamento [v]
talk through one's hat hablar por hablar [v]
talk through one's hat decir palabrería [v]
talk through one's hat decir cosas sin sentido [v]
talk through one's hat decir tonterías [v]
come hat in hand ir con la cabeza agachada [v]
throw one's hat in the ring presentarse como candidato [v]
throw one's hat in the ring anunciar su postulación [v]
throw one's hat in the ring asumir el reto [v]
throw one's hat into the ring echarse al ruedo [v]
throw one's hat in the ring participar como concursante en una competición [v]
eat one's hat que me maten si [v]
hang up one's hat colgar las botas [v]
hang up one's hat colgar los guantes [v]
hang up one's hat colgar la bicicleta [v]
go hat in hand presentarse humildemente [v]
have somewhere to hang one's hat tener un hogar [v]
have somewhere to hang up one's hat tener un hogar [v]
have somewhere to hang up one's hat tener un lugar para vivir [v]
have somewhere to hang one's hat tener un lugar para vivir [v]
hang one's hat on something creer en algo [v]
hang one's hat on something depender de algo [v]
hang up one's hat dejar el trabajo de forma definitiva [v]
hang up one's hat dejar de trabajar [v]
hang up one's hat jubilarse [v]
have your [teacher's/lawyer's etc.] hat on llevar el atuendo de (profesor/abogado) [v]
have your [teacher's/lawyer's etc.] hat on llevar el uniforme de (profesor/abogado) [v]
talk through one's hat contar con historias [v]
talk through one's hat venir con historias [v]
talk through one's hat contar bolas [v]
talk through one's hat contar trolas [v]
talk through one's hat decir bolas [v]
talk through one's hat meter bolas [v]
talk through one's hat meter trolas [v]
talk through one's hat decir trolas [v]
keep something under one's hat guardar algo en el buche [v]
keep something under one's hat tener algo en el buche [v]
talk through one's hat hablar piedras [v] ANS
talk through one’s hat hablar sin ton ni son [v]
talk through one's hat hablar cabezas de pescado [v] SCN
talk through one's hat hablar con boca de ganso [v]
pull a rabbit out of a hat sacar un conejo de la galera [v] AR UY
pull a rabbit out of one's hat sacar un conejo de la galera [v] AR UY
pull a rabbit out of the hat sacar un conejo de la galera [v] AR UY
pull something out of a hat sacar algo de la manga [v]
pull something out of a hat sacar algo de la galera [v] AR UY
pull something out of a hat crear algo de la nada [v]
pass the hat around pasar el sombrero [v]
pass the hat round pasar el sombrero [v]
pass the hat round recaudar dinero [v]
raise one's hat to descubrirse la cabeza ante [v]
send the hat round pedir limosna [v]
send the hat round pasar el sombrero [v]
pull a rabbit out of the hat sacarse un conejo de la chistera [v]
pull a rabbit out of one's hat sacarse un conejo de la chistera [v]
pull something out of a hat sacarse algo de la chistera [v]
pull a rabbit out of a hat salirse con algo totalmente inesperado [v]
pull a rabbit out of one's hat salirse con algo totalmente inesperado [v]
pull a rabbit out of a hat sacarse un conejo de la chistera [v]
pull a rabbit out of the hat salirse con algo totalmente inesperado [v]
talk through one's hat meterse en honduras [v]
toss one's hat in the ring presentarse a las elecciones [v]
toss one's hat in the ring participar en una competencia [v]