An outer garment with sleeves, worn outdoors and typically extending below the hips
a winter coat
A preliminary coating used to prepare a surface for a subsequent or finishing coat: a substance used as such a coating.
A coat fitting more or less closely to the body, †a dress coat (obsolete).
(Of a paint, plaster, etc.) that needs only one application to a surface.
A type of camel-hair coat, originally worn at sporting events such as polo matches.
A canvas covering round a pump on the deck of a ship to prevent water getting in to the hold.
A type of sleeved dress, especially one worn by girls or young women.
= setting coat.
A coat made of skin.
A soldier in a blue uniform
A short, square-cut style of coat designed to be worn when driving a car
Each of the flaps formed by the back of a tailcoat
A white protective coat worn by workers in a laboratory
A loose-fitting coat hanging straight down from the shoulders, particularly as worn by men (sometimes as part of military uniform) in the 19th and early 20th centuries
The protective outer coat of a seed
(In road-making) a thin coating of tar or asphalt applied before a road is laid to form an adhesive bond
The covering of fur or hair with which a mammal, especially a lamb, is born.
A person who wears a black coat as the typical dress of a particular occupation; specifically a clergyman, a parson (depreciative).
The first layer of a substance covering a surface, especially plaster or paint.
A person who wears a green coat, especially a member of a military force distinguished by wearing green coats.
Consisting of, covered with, or involving several layers or coats; (specifically of paint) requiring the application of more than one coat.
(Especially of a pill) that is covered with a smooth pearly coating.
A coat made of poodle cloth.
An armoured coat (usually of chain mail) worn concealed under ordinary clothing.
= reefer jacket.
A coat, especially a waterproof overcoat, worn for horse riding. In later use also: a similar garment not designed to be used for riding.
= rifle frock.
To coat (a surface) using a roller; to apply (a coating) to a surface using a roller; compare earlier roller coating.
The first coat of plaster applied to a wall or other surface.
A coat of russet cloth or colour, typically worn by a humble or rustic person.
Of a fruit: having a russet skin. Usually attributive.
A kind of sheepskin coat with the skin outside, typically having a shaggy border
A cloakroom with an attendant
A woman’s tailored dress that resembles a coat
A stand with hooks on which to hang coats, hats, etc.
A short, light overcoat designed to be worn for outdoor sports such as shooting and riding
A coat with long tails at the back, worn by men on very formal occasions
A coat made of duffel, typically hooded and fastened with toggles
A man’s double-breasted, long-skirted coat, now worn chiefly on formal occasions
Cover (an object) with a polyester or epoxy powder, which is then heated to fuse into a protective layer
Coat (an item of food) with sugar
A coat cut so as to swing when the wearer moves
A loose belted, double-breasted raincoat in a military style
A long white protective garment worn by doctors, hospital attendants, and laboratory workers
A long, loose, embroidered silk coat with wide sleeves.
A type of riding-coat originally worn by members of the Pytchley hunt.