[ UK /t‍ʃˈe‍ɪpa‍ʊ/ ]
  1. headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
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How To Use chapeau In A Sentence

  • Sans vous refaire l'historique du mythique groupe irlandais, un petit coup de chapeaux à leurs derniers exploits: après être les premiers invités à apparaître une semaine durant sur le David Letterman Show, le maire de New York vient de rebaptiser temporairement une rue de New York U2 Way! U2 Rules!
  • Brazil-Tyres 2007, the WTO panel agreed with Brazil on necessity test, but not on the so-called chapeau requirement bolded above. Eyes on Trade
  • La dame aux yeux noirs, vêtue d'une longue robe de cérémonie et d'un chapeau de sorcière, concocte des potions dans un chaudron, façonne des poupées ensorcelées, marmonne incantations et envoûtements. Carmen : The Last Witch
  • Here, sweeping, gestural lines and painterly patches of color depicted a landscape of reclining, long-haired, bare-breasted girls, lop-eared rabbits and men in strange, chapeaus.
  • His chapeau was a dead ringer for one being worn around town by players in a project called 'The hat game.' CNET News.com
  • On a chapeau Gules, turned up Ermine, a lion statant guardant Or, ducally crowned Azure, gorged with a collar coun - ter compone. Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and historical
  • The colour of the chapeau may be altered to denote the status of the baron.
  • Also known as the " chapeau", is the recipient of the call.
  • Alberto was one of the guys who waited for me in Spa, so that was really 'chapeau' (hat's off)," said Schleck. 10News.com - Local News
  • For him to wear that kind of chapeau especially - I ` m sorry, that was his hair? CNN Transcript Jan 30, 2009
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