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hat in English:

1. hat hat

Remove your hat.
At the funeral, the widow looked very dignified, with her black suit, hat and gloves.
The woman tried on one hat after another, then left the hat shop.
I never forget to put on my sun hat when I'm on the beach.
I am interested in getting a hat like this.
If you're on that telephone for less than one minute, I'll eat my hat, Bob says.
I'm afraid you'll need more than a conical hat to be a real wizard.
Christopher Columbus once sacrificed the corner of his hat to an Aztec god, bringing about years of prosperity to that god's village.
Having boasted how sure his hunches were, he was forced to eat his hat when he guessed wrong.
That comic's jokes are all old hat and we've heard them before.
You should greet your betters by tipping your hat.
She wanted to know if the photographer could remove the hat from the picture.
A woman brought an old picture of her dead husband, wearing a hat, to the photographer.
[hat] hat
For instance, there are shops in which one can buy hats, umbrellas, toys, stationery, china, jewellery, records, flowers, cameras or electrical appliances.

English word "hat"(hat) occurs in sets:

Minimal Pairs - Vowels
Object ID - Clothes #2

2. bonnet bonnet

Metal clanged under the bonnet.
She put on her bonnet.
Somebody scratched the bonnet of my car.
He spread the map out on the bonnet of his car and tried to figure out exactly where he was.
I thought something was wrong, so I looked under the bonnet.
I looked under the bonnet and clouds of smoke poured out.
I've maybe opened a bonnet a couple of times!
... to wear a green bonnet so that everyone knew...
How do I open the bonnet?

English word "hat"(bonnet) occurs in sets:

Amrican british