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British pronunciation/klˈɒʃ/
American pronunciation/klˈɑːʃ/

a bell-shaped hat for women that fits tightly

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cloche definition and meaning

What is a "cloche"?

A cloche is a type of hat that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. The word "cloche" is French for "bell," and the hat is named for its bell-like shape. It is typically made of felt or straw and fits closely around the head, with a brim that extends slightly beyond the forehead. Cloches were often adorned with ribbons, feathers, or other decorations. The style of the cloche hat was seen as a symbol of women's liberation, as it allowed women to wear their hair short, which was considered scandalous at the time. Today, the cloche is still a popular fashion accessory, often worn by women who appreciate its vintage charm.


a low transparent cover put over young plants to protect them from cold

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