English version

flat cap

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
flat capˌflat ˈcap noun [countable] British English  DCCa cap made of cloth, with a stiff piece that sticks out at the front
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flat capHe was holding a flat cap full of coins.Glancing towards the car park, I am transfixed by the sight of a man in a flat cap cleaning our car.He was wearing a flat cap, a suit and a choker, and there were dock gates in the background.Newley was wearing a flat cap made of tweed.An elderly man in flat cap and going-out clothes was leaning against the fence, stick hanging from a crooked elbow.But you wouldn't expect him to turn up wearing an Albert Tatlock-style flat cap!
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