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hatbox
American English: /ˈhætˌbɑks/
British English: /ˈhatbɒks/

Translation of hatbox in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Hide them in plain sight in fabric-covered hatboxes or file boxes.
    • Even though I've bought the MINIMUM of luggage for these two weeks I still have to apologise anytime someone trips over a hatbox or two.
    • Inside, brutalist walls made of concrete terrazzo effectively highlight the intricate craftsmanship of works ranging from 18 th-century needlework to 19 th-century hand-painted hatboxes.

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