English - Vietnamese Dictionary
hat /hæt/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cái mũ ((thường) có vành)
- bad hat
- (nghĩa bóng) người xấu, người đê tiện, người không có luân thường đạo lý
- to go round with the hat
- to make the hat go round
- to pass round the hat
- to hang one's hat on somebody
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) lệ thuộc vào ai; bám vào ai, dựa vào ai; hy vọng vào ai
- hat in hand
- with one's hat in one's hand
- his hat covers his family
- (thông tục) anh ta sống độc thân không có gia đình
- to keep something under one's hat
- my hat!
- thật à!, thế à! (tỏ ý ngạc nhiên)
- to take of one's hat to somebody
- to talk through one's hat
- (từ lóng) huênh hoang khoác lác
- to throw one's hat into the ring
- under one's hat
- (thông tục) hết sức bí mật, tối mật
hatted|hatting|hatshætAdvanced English Dictionary
+headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
+an informal term for a person's role
+put on or wear a hat
+furnish with a hat
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 a covering made to fit the head, often with a BRIM, (= a flat edge that sticks out) and worn out of doors: a straw / woolly hat + to put on / take off a hat
2 (informal) a position or role, especially an official or professional role, when you have more than one such role: I'm wearing two hats tonight-parent and teacher. + I'm telling you this with my lawyer's hat on, you understand.
See also - OLD HAT
Idioms: go hat in hand (to sb) (AmE) = GO CAP IN HAND
keep sth under your hat (informal) to keep sth secret and not tell anyone else
my hat (old-fashioned, BrE) used to express surprise
out of a / the hat if sth such as a name is picked out of a/the hat, it is picked at RANDOM from a container into which all the names are put, so that each name has an equal chance of being picked, in a competition, etc.
I take my hat off to sb
hats off to sb (both especially BrE) (AmE usually I tip my hat to sb) (informal) used to say that you admire sb very much for sth they have done
throw your hat into the ring to announce officially that you are going to compete in an election, a competition, etc.
more at DROP n., EAT, KNOCK v., PASS v., PULL v., TALK v.
broad-brimmed, wide-brimmed | floppy | battered | pointed | fur, straw, woollen, woolly | bobble, bowler, hard, panama, party, peaked, picture, riding, sun
ten-gallon, three-cornered, top
VERB + HAT
He placed a battered felt hat on his head.
| doff, remove | raise, tip, touch
The doorman tipped his hat as we entered.
HAT + VERB
be trimmed with sth
The governor wore a cocked hat trimmed with white feathers.
HAT + NOUN
box | shop | stand
pull a hat (down) over your ears/eyes/face
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