A watch cap, sometimes referred to as a ski cap, is a snug-fitted knit hat with a roll at the bottom. The term originates from naval Watchmen who wore these types of hats while on "watch" during cold weather. A beanie is very similar to a watch cap, although it does not have the roll at the bottom and fits closely on the head without additional material extending from the top.
Beret, patrol cap, boonie hat, helmet, peaked cap, watch cap, polar beanie
A beanie is a cap which is made to fit the head closely, often knitted from wool.
A beanie or toque/tuque (Canada) is a name for a woolen cap.
The 'cap' (beanie) worn by some priests, and all bishops, cardinals and the pope is called a zucchetto.
Baseball cap, batting helmet, beret, baby bonnet, bowler, and a beanie are hats that begin with the letter b.
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No difference, except for what it's called nowadays. Kids began calling "ski caps/knit caps/stocking caps," "beanies," in the 90's. In the same way, ladies pants known as "capris" have been called "crop pants," "peddle pushers," "bermudas," and "clam diggers" depending on the decade.
Beanie, Berret beat, top, better, exceed, eclipse, surpass, outstrip
the difference is that one is more advanced for people who want to spend money the other is for people who want it for fun
A baseball cap has cotton or wool material all around the cap. A trucker cap has foam material on front and a synthetic netting material on back.
A distributor cap holds all the wires, A coil only has 1 wire in the top of it.
chinois has smaller holes and china cap has larger holes, both used for straining.