Translation of headgear in Spanish:

headgear

Pronunciation: /ˈhedgɪr; ˈhedgɪə(r)/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • they must wear the correct headgear deben llevar el sombrero ( or casco or gorro etc) indicado
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    • Generally, we advise premises to refuse entry to people wearing headgear that could be used as a weapon, such as crash helmets or headgear that conceals a person's age or identity.
    • Hordes of wrinkly Europeans, mostly without SS helmets or any other headgear come to that, driving motor scooters like hooligans which would get them locked up in the old country.
    • One of the most common things you see in boxers is amateur boxers wear helmets, or headgear, professionals don't.

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