Definition of chapeau-bras in English:

chapeau-bras

Line breaks: chapeau-bras
Pronunciation: /ˌʃapəʊˈbrɑː, ʃapobʀa/

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noun (plural chapeaux-bras pronunc. same)

historical
A man’s three-cornered flat silk hat, typically carried under the arm.

Origin

French, from chapeau 'hat' and bras 'arm'.

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