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coat

noun [C] (CLOTHING)
衣服
 
 
/kəʊt/ US  /koʊt/
an outer piece of clothing with sleeves which is worn over other clothes, usually for warmth
(通常指保暖的)外套,外衣,大衣
Do your coat up, Joe, or you'll freeze.
扣好外套,喬,不然你會凍壞的。
We need a coat hook on the back of this door.
我們需要在這扇門後裝一個衣鉤。
Coats, jackets and cloaks
used as a combining form
(用作構詞成分)衣服
an overcoat
長大衣
a raincoat
雨衣
Coats, jackets and cloaks
(Definition of coat noun (CLOTHING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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