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overcoatnoun [C]

us   /ˈoʊ·vərˌkoʊt/
a long coat, esp. a thick one used in cold weather
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overcoatnoun [C]

uk   /ˈəʊ.və.kəʊt/ us   /ˈoʊ.vɚ.koʊt/
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Translations of “overcoat”
in Korean 오버코트, 두꺼운 외투…
in Arabic مِعطَف…
in Malaysian kot luar…
in French manteau…
in Russian пальто…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大衣,長大衣…
in Italian cappotto, soprabito…
in Turkish palto, manto…
in Polish płaszcz…
in Spanish abrigo…
in Vietnamese áo choàng…
in Portuguese sobretudo…
in Thai เสื้อคลุมใหญ่…
in German der Überzieher…
in Catalan abric…
in Japanese (防寒用)オーバー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大衣,长大衣…
in Indonesian mantel tebal…
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