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fez
American English: /fɛz/
British English: /fɛz/

Translation of fez in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Turbans, fezzes, yarmulkes and black lace veils, or mantillas, joined the zucchettos or skull caps of Catholic prelates on the basilica's steps in an extraordinary mix of religious and government leaders from around the world.
    • He wore a black achkan and a red fez with a black tassel, and was amazingly dignified.
    • Thus the Bulgarian state targeted the observable markers of Muslim manhood: the fez (a type of hat) and the practice of circumcision.

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