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Translation of "coat" - English-Spanish dictionary

coat

noun   /kəʊt/
A1 a piece of clothing that you wear over your other clothes when you are outside abrigo a winter coat
the fur that covers an animal’s body pelaje
a layer of a liquid over a surface capa a coat of paint
verb   /kəʊt/
to cover something with a thin layer of something cubrir Stir the rice until it is coated with butter.
(Definition of coat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

coat

noun /kəut/
an item of outdoor clothing, with sleeves, that covers from the shoulders usually to the knees abrigo a winter coat a coat and hat.
(American) a jacket chaqueta a man’s coat and trousers.
the hair or wool of an animal pelo, pelaje Some dogs have smooth coats.
a covering (eg of paint) capa This wall will need two coats of paint.
coating noun
(a) covering capa The biscuits have a chocolate coating.
coat of arms noun
a family badge or crest escudo (de armas) The shield over the door bears the family coat of arms.
(Definition of coat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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