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n. hat, cap; cap-like cover for sth
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What is the difference in meaning between 帽 and 帽子? (mào zi)
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The word 帽 (mào) is a general term for a hat or cap, while 帽子 (mào zi) specifically refers to a hat or cap that is worn on the head. 帽 can also be used to refer to a cap-like cover for something else, such as a 笔帽 (bǐ mào), which is a pen cap.
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