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Translation of "coat" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

coat

noun [C] (COVER) 覆蓋     /kəʊt/ US  /koʊt/ ( also coating)
a layer of a particular substance that covers something 給…塗上一層;使覆蓋上一層,外加一層 I'll give the walls a quick coat of paint. 我要給牆快速上一層漆。 two coats of varnish 兩層清漆 a thick coating of chocolate 一層厚厚的巧克力 Coverings and layers
(Definition of coat noun (COVER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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