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Spanish translation of “overcoat”

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overcoat

noun /ˈəuvəkout/
a usually heavy coat worn over all other clothes especially in winter
abrigo
He was wearing a thick overcoat.
Translations of “overcoat”
in Korean 오버코트, 두꺼운 외투…
in Arabic مِعطَف…
in French manteau…
in Italian cappotto, soprabito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大衣,長大衣…
in Russian пальто…
in Turkish palto, manto…
in Polish płaszcz…
in Portuguese sobretudo…
in German der Überzieher…
in Catalan abric…
in Japanese (防寒用)オーバー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大衣,长大衣…
(Definition of overcoat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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