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n. pl. som·bre·ros
A large straw or felt hat with a broad brim and tall crown, worn especially in Mexico and the American Southwest.
[Spanish, perhaps from sombra, shade, probably from sombrar, to shade, from Late Latin subumbrāre, to cast a shadow; see somber.]
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n, pl -ros
(Clothing & Fashion) a felt or straw hat with a wide brim, as worn by men in Mexico
[C16: from Spanish, from sombrero de sol shade from the sun]
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n., pl. -ros.
a broad-brimmed, tall-crowned hat of straw or felt worn esp. in Mexico and the southwestern U.S.
[1590–1600; < Sp: hat, derivative of sombra shade; see somber]
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A wide-brimmed Mexican straw hat with a high crown.
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|Noun||1.||Sombrero - one of the islands of Saint Christopher-Nevis|
|2.||sombrero - a straw hat with a tall crown and broad brim; worn in American southwest and in Mexico|
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sombrero[sɒmˈbrɛərəʊ] n → sombrero m
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n → Sombrero m
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