Translation of boater in Spanish:


canotier, n.

Pronunciation /ˈboʊdər/ /ˈbəʊtə/


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    canotier masculine
    rancho de paja masculine Southern Cone
    • The men wear flat caps, bowlers, straw boaters, trilbies, toppers; the women shawls or floral hats.
    • I have spotted flat caps, straw boaters, and one trilby.
    • Standing idly beside them are the ‘drivers’, who, with their straw boaters and white shirts and trousers would not look out of place beside a punt in Oxford or Cambridge.
    • What a colourful sight the gondoliers make in their straw boaters and striped sweaters, but we heard none of them singing.
    • Between the ages of 10 and 13, Martin stood outside the front gates wearing a straw boater and bow tie while selling guidebooks.
    • We had these hats called cheese-cutters, or straw boaters.
    • Straw boaters, summer bonnets and picnic baskets will be the order of the day although limited refreshments will be provided at the venue.
    • A number of the instrumentals evoke chaps in bowties and straw boaters.
    • This will have been the last year where the only costumes you see are one guy wearing a straw boater and a middle-aged drag queen dressed as a cheerleader in cowboy boots.
    • Mr Pearce was raising money for the international charity Water for Kids and dressed in a Victorian style bathing suit and straw boater.
    • Many of those pressing forward to get a good look sported those snappy straw boaters.
    • Visitors dressed in straw boaters were entertained by various attractions, not least the upbeat swing of the Mainline Jazz band, kitted out in waistcoats and open-necked shirts.
    • But inwardly, you're in a linen suit, wearing a straw boater and swinging a walking stick.
    • ‘Mine was a straw boater which had daffodils and ivy glued onto it,’ she said.
    • I had to wear a straw boater as part of the uniform, which I thought was weird, and they were pretty handy when it came to discipline.
    • Frizzy-haired beauties in starched blouses and boaters, fat pasty babies in frocks, scowling matrons in black tents, young men with moustaches striking jokey poses.
    • Spectators were well dressed, with men in boaters and women in hats, and were served tea at white tables on the lawn in the front of the club house.
    • A blonde and two male companions in boaters and bathing suits recreated the 1920s, along with eye-catching flapper girls in neon pink.
    • In summer we wore a navy cotton dress and straw boater.
    • Caps were compulsory for street wear, or boaters usually for prefects or senior students.