American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A hat.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A hat: used in English to denote a plumed hat forming part of an official costume or uniform. Specifically, in the United States army, a military hat pointed in front and behind, which may be folded flat and carried under the arm, worn by officers of the staff corps and departments.
- n. A hat
- n. The mass of grape solids that floats on the surface during the fermentation of wine
- n. In international law, introductory text appearing in a treaty that broadly defines its principles, objectives, and background.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A hat or covering for the head.
- n. (Her.) A cap of maintenance. See Maintenance.
- n. headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
- French (Wiktionary)
- French, from Old French chapel, from Vulgar Latin cappellus, diminutive of Late Latin cappa, hooded cloak. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In a few hours after the must has been put in the vat the liquid will commence to ferment, the gas will be thrown off in large quantities, and bring upon the surface the stems, hulls, and seeds, which form what the French term chapeau (hat).”
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“I have a beautiful chapeau from the French room at Dayton's for $8, a beautiful curly lamb collar for the asking price of $4 and you want to complete your ensemble with a with and ostrich purse for $5, we have a complete outfit for the complete woman," she said.”
“Brazil-Tyres 2007, the WTO panel agreed with Brazil on necessity test, but not on the so-called chapeau requirement bolded above.”
“His chapeau was a dead ringer for one being worn around town by players in a project called 'The hat game.”
“So I say hats off "chapeau" to you lot to A for that one - completely undeserving of any quibble.”
“For him to wear that kind of chapeau especially - I ` m sorry, that was his hair?”
“Lives in a humble 'chapeau' and if he were married he probably would have 'consecrated' the union on the wedding night.”
“Alberto was one of the guys who waited for me in Spa, so that was really 'chapeau' (hat's off)," said Schleck.”
“Dearieme: Didn't "chapeau" once carry the slang meaning of a condom?”
“Didn't "chapeau" once carry the slang meaning of a condom?”
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