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coat

  

      n  
1    an outdoor garment with sleeves, covering the body from the shoulder to waist, knee, or foot  
2    any similar garment, esp. one forming the top to a suit  
3    a layer that covers or conceals a surface  
a coat of dust     
4    the hair, wool, or fur of an animal  
5       short for       coat of arms  
6    on the coat     (Austral)   in disfavour  
      vb  
7    tr; often foll by: with   to cover (with) a layer or covering  
8    tr   to provide with a coat  
     (C16: from Old French cote of Germanic origin; compare Old Saxon kotta, Old High German kozzo)  


box coat  
      n  
1    a plain short coat that hangs loosely from the shoulders  
2    a heavy overcoat, worn formerly by coachmen  
coat armour  
      n     (Heraldry)  
1    coat of arms  
2    an emblazoned surcoat  
coat dress  
      n  
1    a lightweight button-through garment that can be worn either as a dress or as a coat  
2    formerly, a dress tailored and styled like a coat  
coat hanger  
      n   a curved piece of wood, wire, plastic, etc., fitted with a hook and used to hang up clothes  
coat of arms  
      n  
1    the heraldic bearings of a person, family, or corporation  
2    a surcoat decorated with family or personal bearings  
coat of mail  
      n   a protective garment made of linked metal rings (mail) or of overlapping metal plates; hauberk  
coat-of-mail shell  
      n      another name for       chiton       2  
coat-tail  
      n  
1    the long tapering tails at the back of a man's tailed coat  
2    on someone's coat-tails   thanks to the popularity or success of someone else  
covert coat  
      n     (Brit)   a short topcoat worn for hunting  
Doggett's Coat and Badge race  
      n   an annual rowing race held on the River Thames to commemorate the accession of George I: the winner is presented with a coat bearing an embroidered badge  
     (C18: after Thomas Doggett (1670--1721), British actor who initiated it)  
dress coat  
      n   a man's formal tailcoat with a cutaway skirt  
duffel coat  
      n   a knee-length or short wool coat, usually with a hood and fastened with toggles  
dust coat  
      n     (Brit)   a loose lightweight coat worn for early open motor-car riding,   (U.S. name)    duster  
duster coat  
      n   a woman's loose summer coat with wide sleeves and no buttons, popular in the mid-20th century  
frock coat  
      n   a man's single- or double-breasted skirted coat, as worn in the 19th century  
Jodhpuri coat  
      n   a coat worn by men in India, similar to but shorter than a sherwani  
     (named after Jodhpur)  
Mackinaw coat  
      n     (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   a thick short double-breasted plaid coat,   (Also called)    mackinaw  
     (C19: named after Mackinaw, variant of Mackinac)  
matinée coat   , jacket  
      n   a short coat for a baby  
morning coat  
      n   a cutaway frock coat, part of morning dress,   (Also called)    tail coat, swallow-tailed coat  
seed coat  
      n      the nontechnical name for       testa  
sports coat  
      n     (U.S, Austral., and N.Z.)      another name for       sports jacket  
sugar-coat  
      vb   tr  
1    to coat or cover with sugar  
2    to cause to appear more attractive; make agreeable  
swallow-tailed coat  
      n      another name for       tail coat  
tail coat  
      n  
1      (Also called)    tails   a man's black coat having a horizontal cut over the hips and a tapering tail with a vertical slit up to the waist: worn as part of full evening dress  
2      (Also called)    swallow-tailed coat      another name for       morning coat  
trench coat  
      n   a belted double-breasted waterproof coat of gabardine, etc., resembling a military officer's coat  
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hacking jacket   , coat         
      n     (Chiefly Brit)   a riding jacket with side or back vents and slanting pockets  


box coat  
      n  
1    a plain short coat that hangs loosely from the shoulders  
2    a heavy overcoat, worn formerly by coachmen  
coat  
      n  
1    an outdoor garment with sleeves, covering the body from the shoulder to waist, knee, or foot  
2    any similar garment, esp. one forming the top to a suit  
3    a layer that covers or conceals a surface  
a coat of dust     
4    the hair, wool, or fur of an animal  
5       short for       coat of arms  
6    on the coat     (Austral)   in disfavour  
      vb  
7    tr; often foll by: with   to cover (with) a layer or covering  
8    tr   to provide with a coat  
     (C16: from Old French cote of Germanic origin; compare Old Saxon kotta, Old High German kozzo)  
coat armour  
      n     (Heraldry)  
1    coat of arms  
2    an emblazoned surcoat  
coat dress  
      n  
1    a lightweight button-through garment that can be worn either as a dress or as a coat  
2    formerly, a dress tailored and styled like a coat  
coat hanger  
      n   a curved piece of wood, wire, plastic, etc., fitted with a hook and used to hang up clothes  
coat of arms  
      n  
1    the heraldic bearings of a person, family, or corporation  
2    a surcoat decorated with family or personal bearings  
coat of mail  
      n   a protective garment made of linked metal rings (mail) or of overlapping metal plates; hauberk  
coat-of-mail shell  
      n      another name for       chiton       2  
coat-tail  
      n  
1    the long tapering tails at the back of a man's tailed coat  
2    on someone's coat-tails   thanks to the popularity or success of someone else  
covert coat  
      n     (Brit)   a short topcoat worn for hunting  
Doggett's Coat and Badge race  
      n   an annual rowing race held on the River Thames to commemorate the accession of George I: the winner is presented with a coat bearing an embroidered badge  
     (C18: after Thomas Doggett (1670--1721), British actor who initiated it)  
dress coat  
      n   a man's formal tailcoat with a cutaway skirt  
duffel coat  
      n   a knee-length or short wool coat, usually with a hood and fastened with toggles  
dust coat  
      n     (Brit)   a loose lightweight coat worn for early open motor-car riding,   (U.S. name)    duster  
duster coat  
      n   a woman's loose summer coat with wide sleeves and no buttons, popular in the mid-20th century  
frock coat  
      n   a man's single- or double-breasted skirted coat, as worn in the 19th century  
Jodhpuri coat  
      n   a coat worn by men in India, similar to but shorter than a sherwani  
     (named after Jodhpur)  
Mackinaw coat  
      n     (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   a thick short double-breasted plaid coat,   (Also called)    mackinaw  
     (C19: named after Mackinaw, variant of Mackinac)  
matinée coat   , jacket  
      n   a short coat for a baby  
morning coat  
      n   a cutaway frock coat, part of morning dress,   (Also called)    tail coat, swallow-tailed coat  
seed coat  
      n      the nontechnical name for       testa  
sports coat  
      n     (U.S, Austral., and N.Z.)      another name for       sports jacket  
sugar-coat  
      vb   tr  
1    to coat or cover with sugar  
2    to cause to appear more attractive; make agreeable  
swallow-tailed coat  
      n      another name for       tail coat  
tail coat  
      n  
1      (Also called)    tails   a man's black coat having a horizontal cut over the hips and a tapering tail with a vertical slit up to the waist: worn as part of full evening dress  
2      (Also called)    swallow-tailed coat      another name for       morning coat  
trench coat  
      n   a belted double-breasted waterproof coat of gabardine, etc., resembling a military officer's coat  

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coat

  

      n  
1    fleece, fur, hair, hide, pelt, skin, wool  
2    coating, covering, layer, overlay  
      vb  
3    apply, Artex     (Trademark)   cover, plaster, smear, spread  
    clothes  

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