Depends on the hat, what pins it uses from the header and whether the remaining pins can be physically connected via ribbon cable or jumpers to the breadboard. So, at the least, I'd suggest you find a pinout diagram of the hat you want to use and check what pins it needs to use.
My sensor hat for example, while it leaves several GPIO available, make it hard to connect to them because of the way the sensor hat covers the RPi pin header.
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