BONNET A Bonnet
It is named after the First Viscount Hood of Whitley or Lord Samuel Hood. The Hood name is famous in British Naval history.
They call it cream too.
because they were bred in Britain
He called them "Goddams".
The same part the British call the bonnet.
The bonnet is what Americans call the hood of the car.
A "Bonnet" is the British equivalent of a "hood". There are several differences between American and British automotive terms. Other translations include "boot" which we Americans call a "trunk", "propshaft" which we call "drive shaft", "drive shaft" which we call "axle", and "spanner" which we call a "wrench"
a trolley i presume
In the USA we call it the hood, it covers the engine compartment.
Front, grill, hood, bumper, etc
its what covers your engine in a car USA call it a hood
Bonnet - A removable metal plate over a machine part, such as a valve. Car hoods used to be removable. Boot-the receptacle or place into which the top of a convertible car fits when lowered.
Hood. It covers the engine. English call it the bonnet. The back is the trunk, unless its a rear engine car, then its still the hood.