Provide with a layer or covering of something; apply a coat to
his boots were coated with mud
coat each part with a thin oil
(of a substance) Form a covering to
a film of dust coated the floor
An outer garment worn outdoors, having sleeves and typically extending below the hips
a winter coat
his coat pocket
A similar item worn indoors as a protective garment
a laboratory coat
A man's jacket or tunic, esp. as worn when hunting or by soldiers
A man's or woman's tailored jacket
An animal's covering of fur or hair
A structure, esp. a membrane, enclosing or lining an organ
A skin, rind, or husk
A layer of a plant bulb
An outer layer or covering of a specified kind
the protein coat of the virus
A covering of paint or similar material laid on a surface at one time
a protective coat of varnish
an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface; "coat the cake with chocolate"
coating: a thin layer covering something; "a second coat of paint"
cover or provide with a coat
form a coat over; "Dirt had coated her face"
growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal
Coat, or the nature and quality of a show mammal's pelage, is important to the animal fancy in the judging of the animal, particularly at conformation dog shows, cat shows and horse shows. ...
A coat is a long garment worn by both men and womenOxford English Dictionary. (1989) 2nd Ed. coat, n. 1 "An outer garment worn by men...", for warmth or fashion. ...
The coat of the domestic dog (canis lupus familiaris]) refers to the hair that covers its body. A dog's coat may be a double coat, made up of a soft undercoat and a coarser topcoat, or a single coat, which lacks an undercoat. ...
(Coats (surname)) Coats is a surname, and may refer to: *A.W.(Bob) Coats, 1924-2007, English economist, historian of economic thought *Amelia R. ...
(The Coats) The Coats are an a cappella singing group based along the west coast of the United States and originated in Seattle, Washington. It consists of bass singer Kerry Dahlen, baritone Doug Wisness, and Jamie Dieveney and Keith Michael Anderson as second and first tenors, respectively.
An outer garment covering the upper torso and arms; A covering of material, such as paint; The fur or feathers of animal; canvas painted with thick tar and secured round a mast or bowsprit to prevent water running down the sides into the hold (now made of rubber or leather); To cover with a ...
(Coats) Applications of ceramic colour by brush, sponge or spray which cover an entire piece or a specific area.
(Coats) A coat rack can be provided for your guests. If you wish a secure coat check, the charge is $100.00 per function.
To cover the back of a spoon with a layer of a thickened sauce or stirred custard.
A single layer of paint on a surface.
The Customer Ordering Assistant Tool (COAT) helps you place service requests for IntelliLight Broadband Transport, Custom Connect, and DS3 (Special) Service. ...
To dream of wearing another's coat, signifies that you will ask some friend to go security for you. To see your coat torn, denotes the loss of a close friend and dreary business. To see a new coat, portends for you some literary honor. ...
To cover thoroughly with a fine film of flour, crumbs, etc.
A heraldic term that refers to each individual section or quartering on a shield or banner of arms (see also 'banner 1)', 'impaled', 'quartering' and 'shield 2)’).
Paint, varnish or lacquer applied to a surface in a single application (one layer) to form a properly distributed film when dry.
To evenly cover food with flour, crumbs, or a batter.
The hairy outer covering of the skin. Many breeds have two coats; an outer coat and an undercoat. Examples of single-coated breeds are Italian Greyhounds, Maltese and Pointers.
To cover the surface of one food with another
(verb) To evenly cover food with flour or crumbs. An easy way to do this is to pour some flour or crumbs into a shallow dish or on a paper towel to allow room to turn the food and spread the coating on all sides.