feminine noun
1. (clothing) 
a. headdress 
En la Edad Media, las mujeres de la nobleza llevaban tocas en forma de cono.In the Middle Ages, women of the nobility wore headdresses in the shape of a cone.
b. wimple (nun) 
Las hermanas llevaban una toca blanca bajo el velo negro.The sisters wore a white wimple under their black veil.
c. cornet (nun) 
La toca forma parte del hábito de la monja.The cornet is part of the nun's habit.
1. (general) 
a. wimple 
1 [de monja] cornet; wimple
2 (Hist) (tocado) headdress; (sombrero sin ala) toque; (gorrito) bonnet
tocas de viuda widow's weeds
Phrases with "toca"
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te toca a ti
it's your turn
me toca a mí
it's my turn
el mariachi que toca en la boda es
the mariachi playing at the wedding is
toca la guitarra
he plays the guitar
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