English version

fedora

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfedorafe‧do‧ra /fəˈdɔːrə/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 a soft hat with a brim that curls upwards slightly
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fedoraLou Rigatoni laughed and doffed his hat, which Madame Astarti thought was a fedora but wasn't sure.Coming in his direction was a man in a trenchcoat and fedora.It was filled with crazy clothes: worn velvet dresses, sequined sweaters, oversized satin pants and a crushed fedora.He was wearing a scarf, an overcoat, and a gray fedora hat.I had chips of brick on the brim of my fedora.I took the fedora from the hat peg and perched it over my brow.An image of a white face under a white fedora.
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