masculine noun
1. (clothing) 
a. skullcap 
El casquete me protege la cabeza del frío.The skullcap protects my head from the cold.
Amalia llevaba puesto un casquete rojo con velo y plumas.Amalia was wearing a red pillbox hat with a veil and feathers.
2. (military) 
a. helmet 
Este soldado normando fue enterrado con su casquete y su cota de malla.This Norman soldier was buried together with his helmet and chain mail.
3. (vulgar) (sexual intercourse) 
a. screw (vulgar) 
Después del casquete los dos amantes se fumaron un cigarro.After having had a screw, the two lovers smoked a cigarette.
1. (gorro) 
a. skullcap 
casquete esféricosegment of a sphere
casquete polarpolar icecap
2. (muy fam) 
a. no direct translation 
echar un casqueteto have a screw o
1 (casco) (Mil) helmet; (Mecánica) cap
casquete de hielo icecap
casquete de nieve snowcap
casquete polar polar icecap
2 (gorra) skullcap
echar un casquete to have a screw (vulgar)
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