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beret

a soft cap with a close-fitting headband and a wide, round top
Not to be confused with:
barret – a small cap worn in the Middle Ages by soldiers and ecclesiastics
barrette – a clasp used to hold one’s hair in place
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be·ret

 (bə-rā′)
n.
1. A round, soft, brimless cap that fits snugly and is often worn angled to one side.
2. Beret A Green Beret.

[French béret, from French dialectal berret and from Old Provençal berret, cap, both from Late Latin birrus, hooded cloak; see biretta.]
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beret

(ˈbɛreɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a round close-fitting brimless cap of soft wool material or felt
[C19: from French béret, from Old Provençal berret, from Medieval Latin birrettum cap; see biretta]
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be•ret

(bəˈreɪ)

n.
a soft, visorless cap with a close-fitting headband and a flat or rounded top.
[1820–30; < French < Gascon berret, Old Provençal ber(r)et. See biretta]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.beret - a cap with no brim or billberet - a cap with no brim or bill; made of soft cloth
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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Translations
بِيرِيهقُبَّعـه، قَلَنْسُوَه
baret
baretbaskerhue
baskeri
beretka
baszk sapkasvájcisapka
ベレー帽
베레모
beretė
berete
alpelueberetalpeluve
baretkarádiovka
baretka
basker
หมวกกลม
mũ nồi

beret

[ˈbereɪ] Nboina f
the Red Berets (Mil) → los boinas rojas
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beret

[ˈbɛreɪ] nbéret m
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

beret

nBaskenmütze f
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beret

[ˈbɛreɪ] nberretto
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

beret

(ˈberei) , ((American) bəˈrei) noun
a round flat cap made of soft cloth, as worn by soldiers. Paratroopers wear red berets.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

beret

بِيرِيه baret baret Baskenmütze μπερές boina baskeri béret beretka berretto ベレー帽 베레모 baret beret beret boina берет basker หมวกกลม bere mũ nồi 贝雷帽
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Armentor, Forsyth, 1995, Flanegan, Johnson and Berret, 1996; Kadushin, and Kulys, 1995) tend to agree that job satisfaction is essentially controlled by factors described in Adeyemo's (2000) perspectives as external to the worker.
Drake, Downshifting: How to Work Less and Enjoy Life More (Berret Koehler, 2001).