baseball cap

baseball cap
noun Date: 1944 a cap of the kind worn by baseball players that has a rounded crown and a long visor

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • baseball cap — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms baseball cap : singular baseball cap plural baseball caps a hat that fits close to your head, with a flat curved part that sticks out over your eyes …   English dictionary

  • Baseball-Cap — Baseballcap mit Schild als Sonnenschutz Ein Baseballcap (kurz Cap oder Kappe, Basecap, auch Baseballkappe) ist eine Mütze mit Sonnenblende, welche ursprünglich vor allem in den Vereinigten Staaten und unter Jugendlichen getragen wird. Sie hat… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • baseball cap — a close fitting cap with a deep visor and usually the name or emblem of a baseball team, worn by baseball players, or by others as casual attire. Also called ball cap. * * * …   Universalium

  • baseball cap — /ˈbeɪsbɔl kæp/ (say baysbawl kap) noun a close fitting cap with a broad peak, as worn in baseball …   Australian English dictionary

  • baseball cap — noun A cap with a rounded crown and a curved, stiffened bill at the front …   Wiktionary

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