boot (as in the trunk of a car)
In British-speak it is the trunk.
In Ireland it is referred to as the boot of the car.
On a car, the rear compartment is called the "boot".
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"
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.
BONNET A Bonnet
The bonnet is what Americans call the hood of the car.
The same part the British call the bonnet.