Sinônimos de blanket
a large piece of thick cloth for use as a bed coveringThere was an old blanket in the trunk of my car.
a concealing cover, as of smoke, leaves, or snowThe mud disappeared under a blanket of snow.
Sawdust was used as a hygienic floor covering.
Put a polythene cover over it to protect it from dust.
Sheets of rain slanted across the road.
We put on the second coating of lacquer.
The front door needs a new coat of paint.
A fresh layer of snow covered the street.
The sea is coated with a film of sewage.
Today most of England will be under a cloak of thick mist.
The park looked grim under a mantle of soot and ash.
to cover as if with a blanketMore than a foot of snow blanketed parts of Michigan.
the black patch which covered his left eye
hide, , ,
The compound was hidden by trees and shrubs.
A thick grey cloud masked the sun.
The device, concealed in a dustbin, was defused by police.
The building is almost completely obscured by a huge banner.
The sun was eclipsed by the moon.
He uses jargon to cloak his inefficiency.
applying to or covering a wide group or variety of people, conditions, situations, etc.the blanket coverage of the Olympics
The Rough Guide to Nepal is a comprehensive guide to the region.
They can now publish a full list of candidates.
The brochure offers a wide choice of hotels and holiday homes.
sweeping economic reforms
A broad range of issues was discussed.
The story generated extensive comment on social media.
a package of wide-ranging economic reforms
We are making a thorough investigation.
an inclusive price of £32.90
The author's treatment of the subject is exhaustive.
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in the sense of broad
extensiveA broad range of issues was discussed.
in the sense of cloak
something that covers or concealsToday most of England will be under a cloak of thick mist.
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