Sinónimos de Coats and cloaks
afghana sheepskin coat, often embroidered and having long fur trimming around the edges balmacaana man's knee-length loose flaring overcoat with raglan sleeves bathrobea dressing gown box coata plain short coat that hangs loosely from the shoulders Burberry(trademark)a light good-quality raincoat, esp of gabardine burnous, burnouse, or burnoosecapea sleeveless garment like a cloak but usually shorter capotea long cloak or soldier's coat, usually with a hood capuchincardinala woman's hooded shoulder cape worn in the 17th and 18th centuries chesterfielda man's knee-length overcoat, usually with a fly front to conceal the buttons and having a velvet collar coat dressa lightweight button-through garment that can be worn either as a dress or as a coat coateea short coat, esp for a baby copecovert coata short topcoat worn for hunting Crombie(trademark)cutawaya man's coat cut diagonally from the front waist to the back of the knees dolmandominodreadnought or dreadnaughtan overcoat made of heavy cloth dress coata man's formal tailcoat with a cutaway skirt duffel coata knee-length or short wool coat, usually with a hood and fastened with toggles duster coata woman's loose summer coat with wide sleeves and no buttons, popular in the mid-20th century fearnought or fearnaught frock coata man's single- or double-breasted skirted coat, as worn in the 19th century fur coata coat made from animal fur gabardinean ankle-length loose coat or frock worn by men, esp by Jews, in the Middle Ages greatcoata heavy overcoat, now worn esp by men in the armed forces hacking jackethimationhousecoatInvernessan overcoat with a removable cape jellaba or jellabahJodhpuri coata coat worn by men in India, similar to but shorter than a sherwani josepha woman's floor-length riding coat with a small cape, worn esp in the 18th century mac or mackMackinaw coata thick short double-breasted plaid coat mackintosh or macintosha waterproof raincoat made of rubberized cloth mantamanteleta woman's short mantle, often lace-trimmed, worn in the mid-19th century mantillamantlemorning coata cutaway frock coat, part of morning dress newmarketa double-breasted waisted coat with a full skirt worn, esp for riding, in the 19th century opera cloak or opera hoodovercoata warm heavy coat worn over the outer clothes in cold weather paletota woman's fitted coat often worn over a crinoline or bustle pea jacket or peacoata sailor's short heavy double-breasted overcoat of navy wool parkaa warm hip-length weatherproof coat with a hood, originally worn by the Inuit pelissea high-waisted loose coat, usually fur-trimmed, worn esp by women in the early 19th century peplumponchoPrince Alberta man's double-breasted frock coat worn esp in the early 20th century raglana coat with sleeves that continue to the collar instead of having armhole seams raincoata coat made of a waterproof material redingotea woman's coat with a close-fitting top and a full skirt roquelauresheepskin jacketsherwania long coat closed up to the neck, worn by men in India slicker (US, Canadian)a shiny raincoat, esp an oilskin snorkela type of parka or anorak with a hood that projects beyond the face spencera short fitted coat or jacket surcoatan outer coat or other garment surtouta man's overcoat resembling a frock coat, popular in the late 19th century tailcoat or tailsa man's full-dress coat, with long, tapering tails at the back tippeta woman's fur cape for the shoulders, often consisting of the whole fur of a fox, marten, etc topcoatan outdoor coat worn over a suit, etc trench coata belted double-breasted waterproof coat of gabardine, etc, resembling a military officer's coat ulstera man's heavy double-breasted overcoat with a belt or half-belt at the back undercoata coat worn under an overcoat waterproofa waterproof garment, esp a raincoat ▷ See coat
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