Definition of 'overcoat'
Example sentences containing 'overcoat'
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Yet in his dark glasses and overcoat he exuded menace. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His long leather overcoat hanging on the door was also beyond salvage. BomberGo for a long military overcoat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When the smoke cleared, he was seen to be standing there still wearing the overcoat. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Apart from not altogether gracious thoughts of wires failing and certain people going home wearing a carbon-fibre overcoat. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her reappearance in October wearing a long overcoat undermined those theories and established the view that she was pregnant. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That's my dark blue overcoat, you see. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was at his desk, though this time he was wearing an overcoat, suggesting he was about to go home. The Sun (2008)
Trends of 'overcoat'
Used Occasionally. overcoat is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'overcoat'
British English: overcoat /ˈəʊvəˌkəʊt/ NOUN
An overcoat is a thick warm coat.
- American English: overcoat
- Arabic: مِعْطَفٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sobretudo
- Chinese: 外套大衣
- Croatian: ogrtač
- Czech: svrchník
- Danish: overfrakke
- Dutch: overjas
- European Spanish: gabán
- Finnish: päällystakki
- French: pardessus
- German: Mantel
- Greek: πανωφόρι
- Italian: soprabito
- Japanese: オーバー
- Korean: 외투
- Norwegian: frakk
- Polish: płaszcz
- European Portuguese: sobretudo
- Romanian: palton
- Russian: пальто
- Spanish: abrigo
- Swedish: överrock
- Thai: เสื้อโค้ทกันหนาว
- Turkish: palto
- Ukrainian: пальто
- Vietnamese: áo choàng
Definition of overcoat from the Collins English Dictionary
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