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Translation of sombrero in English:

sustantivo masculino


sombrero canotier

Pronunciation: / kanoˈtje(r) /

sombrero cordobés

  • (wide-brimmed hat worn in Andalusia)

sombrero de cogollo

sombrero de copa

sombrero de jipijapa

sombrero de tres picos

sombrero hongo

sombrero jarano

  • Mexican sombrero

sombrero nuclear

Example sentences
  • Uno de los jinetes se volvió y se quitó el sombrero.
  • Sobre la cabeza luce un sombrero blanco de lana con cinta roja.
  • Llevan sombreros negros de tipo cordobés con cintas y plumas.

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