Definition of coatee in English:

coatee

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Pronunciation: /kəʊˈtiː
 
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noun

British
A woman’s or infant’s short coat.
More example sentences
  • Nor is the more severe type of elegance neglected, and tailor-made linen garments with pleated trottoir skirts and mannish little coatees or paletots are much seen.

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