Definición de balmoral en inglés:

balmoral

Saltos de línea: bal|moral
Pronunciación: /balˈmɒr(ə)l
 
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sustantivo

1A round brimless hat with a cockade or ribbons attached, worn by certain Scottish regiments.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When a fedora, a bowler, a balmoral, a tam-o'-shanter, a Bombay Bowler, a pork-pie or a floppy-brimmed wideawake?
  • Some purists insist that balmorals are not ‘berets’ but ‘civilians’ call a Scottish blue bonnet a beret.
  • He is a specialist in the production of highland hats such as glengarries for pipers/drummers and balmorals for daywear use.
2A heavy laced leather walking boot.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Bluchers are more appropriate than balmorals with jeans and business-casual, but balmorals are more appropriate with suits.
  • I believe balmorals should have a gap of ¼ " and bluchers about ¾ "; otherwise it looks so school-boyish.
  • Since balmorals are more formal than bluchers and broguing makes shoes less formal, where does this leave those shoes that are both brogued and balmorals?

Origen

mid 19th century (in sense 2): named after Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

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