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my word! my goodness !
to assign a new designation to (a soldier ), for example when installing a national army as UN peacekeepers
a top hat
If you say that something or someone is old hat, you mean that they have existed or been known for a long time, and they have become uninteresting and boring .
the broad-brimmed crimson hat given to cardinals as the symbol of their rank and office
A sun hat is a wide-brimmed hat that protects your head from the sun.
a steel helmet worn by military personnel for protection against small metal fragments
A top hat is a man's tall hat with a narrow brim. Top hats are now worn only on special occasions, for example at some weddings .
a computer hacker who carries out illegal malicious hacking work
a top-ranking official, esp a military officer
a soft hat made of felt
A hard hat is a hat made from a hard material, which people wear to protect their heads on building sites or in factories, or when riding a horse .
a shop that sell hats
a frame or pole equipped with hooks or arms for hanging up hats, coats, etc
a stand with arms or hooks to hold hats, coats, etc.
A hat-trick is a series of three achievements, especially in a sports event, for example three goals scored by the same person in a football game.
a snobbish person
a collapsible top hat operated by a spring
a hat, often made of paper, worn at a party
a hat, usually knitted, that comes to a point
a man's stiff hat such as a bowler or top hat
a man's top hat covered with silk
a hat made from soft rather than stiff and structured materials
designating, of, or having to do with a summer theater or summer theaters
a computer hacker who is hired by an organization to undertake nonmalicious hacking work in order to discover computer-security flaws
A bobble hat is a woollen hat with a bobble on it.
A bowler hat is a round, hard, black hat with a narrow brim, worn in the past especially by British businessmen .
A cocked hat is a hat with three corners that used to be worn with some uniforms .
a warm brimless hat of fur or sheepskin
a wide-brimmed hat as worn by cowboys
A panama hat or a panama is a hat, worn especially by men, that is woven from the leaves of a palm-like plant and worn when it is sunny .
a decorated hat with a very wide brim, esp as worn by women in paintings by Gainsborough and Reynolds
a hat with a round flat crown and a brim that can be turned up or down
a wide brimmed hat with a chin strap
a hat with a flat round crown and fairly broad brim that is rolled upwards
a cardinal's hat
a black felt hat worn by some clergymen, with a brim rolled up to resemble a shovel in shape
any soft hat with a brim that can be pulled down over the ears, esp an Australian army hat with the left side of the brim turned up
city in SE Alberta, Canada : pop. 47,000
a man's soft hat with a round, flat crown
a man's tall silk hat
a man's soft felt hat with a somewhat conical crown that is flat and creased at the top, a narrow brim partially turned up, and, usually, a feather for decoration
a man's hat with a tall cylindrical crown and narrow brim, often made of silk, now worn for some formal occasions
hat in hand:
humbly or servilely
pass the hat:
to collect money for someone or something
out of a hat:
as if by magic
a man's hat with the crown creased lengthwise and the brim turned down in front
(in the US and Canada ) a cowboy's broad-brimmed felt hat with a very high crown
tip one's hat:
to take off, raise, or touch one's hat in salutation