from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A large straw or felt hat with a broad brim and tall crown, worn especially in Mexico and the American Southwest.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hat of a particular kind, with a high conical or cylindrical crown and a saucer-shaped brim, highly embroidered, made of plush felt.
- n. A mixed drink with tequila, named after the hat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A kind of broad-brimmed hat, worn in Spain and in Spanish America.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A broad-brimmed felt hat, of Spanish origin, but now widely used throughout the continent of America.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a straw hat with a tall crown and broad brim; worn in American southwest and in Mexico
- n. one of the islands of Saint Christopher-Nevis
"El día de tu boda no salgas sin sombrero porque mis lagrimas se convertirán en lluvia de lo mucho que te quiero"
"El día de tu boda no salgas sin sombrero porque mis lagrimas se convertirán en lluvia de lo mucho que te quiero" sergiogomez
On one side of his sombrero was a scarlet rosette.
Anything big and made of straw is to be encouraged and celebrated, with the exception of the pointy sombrero, which is frowned upon everywhere, and deeply offensive in Mexico.
It looks much the same as this one but the top area where the original has a rounded top like a sombrero is a bit different.
Don Pablo's "sombrero" was one of the very best and costliest; and this, combined with the style of his other habiliments, betokened that the wearer was one of the "ricos," or high class of his country.
Pablo's "sombrero" was one of the very best and costliest; and this, combined with the style of his other habiliments, betokened that the wearer was one of the "ricos," or higher class of his country.
Pemex tried to put a device called a "sombrero" over the Ixtoc leak to collect the oil at the ocean floor, but the plan failed because the structure could not be kept in place.
I know, you're going to want to give the ball to like a Greg Camarillo or certainly a Chad Pennington, but the bottom line is defense won this game, and while I would like to give the game ball to Jason Ferguson for the role he took in stopping the run, I felt like the "sombrero" as they called it was really on Andre Goodman, who ended up singled up on Brandon Marshall an alarming number of times, and played cornerback like a man with his hair on fire.
a fanciful imagination can trace, in the outline of the island, a faint resemblance to the broad Spanish hat, called a "sombrero," from which it takes its name.