Meaning of hatstand in English:

hatstand

Pronunciation /ˈhatstand/

Translate hatstand into Spanish

noun

British
  • A tall free-standing post fitted with large hooks for hanging hats on.

    North American term hatrack

    ‘There were bellhops in satin uniforms who operated the lifts, bentwood hatstands that displayed accessories, and make-up counters where you were encouraged to try the make-up on your face.’
    • ‘And honestly, many people in my country only bothered to wear their hat once a week, although the rest of the time they would keep them on ornate hatstands in their home, and attached much significance to their presence.’
    • ‘Ashley hung her coat on the hatstand, walked up to the table and grabbed a weekly gossip magazine.’
    • ‘And girls, do remember to gently brush your hats after wearing to keep then neat and dainty as a flower before you place them on a hatstand.’