Translation of skullcap in Spanish:

skullcap

Pronunciation: /ˈskʌlkæp/

n

  • casquete (m); [Relig] solideo (m)
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    • They wore close-fitting crocheted skullcaps that were noticed by others.
    • On their heads, they wore white knitted skullcaps, silken headscarves or baseball caps.
    • Men in white shoulder-to-ankle gowns and skullcaps were selling their furniture, appliances, and clothing to feed their families.

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