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coat
[UK: kout]
anstrich, bedecken, belag, decke, einhüllen, fell, hülle, jacke, jackett, lage, mantel, paletot, pelz, rock, schicht, Überkrusten, überziehen, Überzug , wälzen
coat again
[UK: kout əgein]
neu beschichten, neu umhüllen
coat bag
[UK: kout bæg]
mantelsack
coat case
[UK: kout keis]
mantelsack
coat collar
[UK: kout kɔlər]
mantelkragen
coat hanger
[UK: kout hæŋər]
bügel
coat hook
[UK: kout hæŋər]
kleiderablage, kleiderhaken
coat made of animal fur
[UK: kout meid ɔf æniməl fər]
pelzmantel
coat made of mink fur
[UK: kout meid ɔf miŋk fər]
nerz, nerzmantel
coat of arms
[UK: kout ɔf ɑːmz]
heraldik, wappen, wappenbild
coat of dust
[UK: kout ɔf dʌst]
staubmantel
coat of mail
[UK: kout ɔf meil]
kettenhemd, panzer, panzerhemd
coat of paint
[UK: kout ɔf peint]
farbschicht
coat of the tongue
[UK: kout ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenbelag
coat or impregnate with rubber
[UK: kout ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
gummieren
coat pocket
[UK: kout pɔkit]
jackentasche, manteltasche
coat rack
[UK: kout ræk]
garderobe, garderobenständer, kleiderablage, kleiderhaken, kleiderständer
coat stand
[UK: kout stænd]
kleiderablage, kleiderständer
coat with a ceramic glaze
[UK: kout wið ə səræmik gleiz]
glasieren, satinieren
coat with bronze
[UK: kout wið brɔnz]
bronzieren
coat with cement
[UK: kout wið semənt]
mit zement füllen, verkitten, zementen, zementieren
coat with crumbs
[UK: kout wið krʌmz]
panieren
coat with enamel
[UK: kout wið inæml]
emaillieren, lackieren
coat with flour
[UK: kout wið flauər]
mit mehl bestreuen
coat with ice
[UK: kout wið ais]
satinieren
coat with iridium
[UK: kout wið iridiəm]
mit iridium überziehen
coat with lacquer
[UK: kout wið lækər]
lackieren, mit lack überziehen
coat with lather
[UK: kout wið lɑːðər]
einschäumen, mit schweiß bedecken
coat with lead
[UK: kout wið led]
verbleien
coat with metal
[UK: kout wið metl]
panzern, plattieren
coat with nickel
[UK: kout wið nikl]
mit nickel überzogen, vernickeln
coat with platinum
[UK: kout wið pleitinəm]
platinieren
coat with resin
[UK: kout wið rezin]
harzen
coat with rubber
[UK: kout wið rʌbər]
mit gummi überziehen, mit gummi verkleiden
coat with silver
[UK: kout wið silvər]
mit silber beschlagen, versilbern
coat with sugar
[UK: kout wið ʃugər]
glacieren, glasieren, mit zucker überziehen, satinieren
coated
[UK: koutid]
bedeckt, beschichtet, gratin, plattiert, überzogen
coated or covered with flour
[UK: koutid ər kʌvəd wið flauər]
mehlig, mit mehl bestreut
coated or impregnated with rubber
[UK: koutid ər impregneitid wið rʌbər]
gummiert
coated paper
[UK: koutid peipər]
besonderes papier für qualitätsfarbdrucke, überzogenes papier
coated peanuts
[UK: koutid piːnʌts]
überzogene erdnüsse
coated pill
[UK: koutid pil]
überzogene pille
coated tongue
[UK: koutid tʌŋ]
belegte zunge
coated with bread crumbs
[UK: koutid wið bred krʌmz]
paniert
coated with egg white
[UK: koutid wið eg wait]
mit eiweiß bestrichen, mit eiweiß übergossen
coated with lead
[UK: koutid wið led]
verbleit
coated with lime
[UK: koutid wið laim]
kalk bedeckt
coated with nickel
[UK: koutid wið nikl]
vernickelt
coated with silver
[UK: koutid wið silvər]
versilbert
coated with soot
[UK: koutid wið sut]
lampenrußig
coated with sugar
[UK: koutid wið ʃugər]
kandiert, verzuckert
coating
[UK: koutiŋ]
abdeckfolie, anstrich, auflage, außenschicht, belag, besatzband, beschichtung, brotrinde, futteral, inkrustation, kruste, mantel, platierung, rinde, Überzug, ummantelung, verblendung
coating of a seed
[UK: koutiŋ ɔf ə siːd]
samengehäuse, samenmantel
coating of iron
[UK: koutiŋ ɔf aiən]
eisenbeschlag, eisenverstärkung
coating substance
[UK: koutiŋ sʌbstəns]
Überzugsmaterial
coating with enamel
[UK: koutiŋ wið inæml]
emaillierung
coatings
[UK: koutiŋz]
Überzüge
coatroom
[UK: koutiŋz]
besenkammer
coats
[UK: kouts]
jacken
coattail
[UK: kouʃeil]
rockschoss
apply an undercoat
[UK: kouʃeil]
grundbeschichten, grundieren, vorstreichen
bedouin coat
[UK: kouʃeil]
beduinenmantel
bicycle coat
[UK: baisikl kout]
radmantel
brittle coat
[UK: britl kout]
spröder Überzug, zerbrechlicher Überzug
dream coat
[UK: driːm kout]
traummantel
dress coat
[UK: dres kout]
frack
dressed in a coat
[UK: drest in ə kout]
mit einem mantel angezogen
duffle coat
[UK: drest in ə kout]
dufflecoat, lange sportjacke
dustcoat
[UK: dʌstkout]
staubmantel
fat coat
[UK: feit kout]
fettschicht
fur coat
[UK: fər kout]
langer pelzmantel, pelzmantel
greatcoat
[UK: fər kout]
Übermantel, wintermantel
ground coat
[UK: graund kout]
grundierung

Example Sentences Including 'coat'

The mum-of-three wowed as she pouted for the cameras in the daring photoshoot, which saw her posing nude with a pink trench coat draped over one shoulder.

Dropping his famous gloves, hat and long coat in the centre of the ring, the wrestling legend called it a day after losing in the main event to Roman Reigns.

The Towie star wore a huge white puffa coat with the hood pulled over her face, with pyjama bottoms and trainers as she walked to her car.

With a woolly hat pulled over her hair, and hiding beneath a scarf and winter coat, the disgraced mum-of-seven went unnoticed.

While the rest of the country wrap up in the freezing conditions, the glamour model stepped out in just a short sleeve dress - without a coat or cardigan to protect her from the chill.

The cream gene is responsible for a number of horse coat colors.

The Suits star, who is set to wed Prince Harry on May 19, paired the khaki coloured coat with black bootleg jeans and an Invictus games polo shirt.

Sirolimus, also known as rapamycin, is a macrolide compound that is used to coat coronary stents, prevent organ transplant rejection and to treat a rare lung disease called lymphangioleiomyomatosis.

As part of her royal trip to Edinburgh with Prince Harry, she opted for a stylish tartan navy and green Burberry coat.

Dog breeds are dogs that have relatively uniform physical characteristics developed under controlled conditions by humans, with breeding animals selected for phenotypic traits such as size, coat color, structure, and behavior.

The singer strolled through town in a black-and-white spotted dress teamed with a khaki coat.

In clothing, a collar is the part of a shirt, dress, coat or blouse that fastens around or frames the neck.

The coat of arms of Germany displays a black eagle with a red beak, tongue and feet on a golden field, which is blazoned: Or, an eagle displayed sable beaked langued and membered gules.

Scarification in botany involves weakening, opening, or otherwise altering the coat of a seed to encourage germination.

See Jerusalem cross for the coat of arms used by the historical Kingdom of Jerusalem.

The 29-year-old mum-of-three wrapped up in a fur-lined leather coat for her daily errands, and could be spotted grinning from ear-to-ear as she made her rounds around her village.

Dredging is a cooking technique used to coat wet or moist foods with a dry ingredient prior to cooking.

One of the super-rich youngsters, wearing an expensive-looking fur coat, has sparked outrage over a video in which she pets a live bear.

The coat of arms of Spain symbolizes the country and the nation; the old kingdoms of Spain, the Royal Crown, the Imperial Crown, the Constitutional monarchy, the Spanish national motto: Plus Ultra, and the Pillars of Hercules with the Spanish geographic situation.

The retina is the third and inner coat of the eye which is a light-sensitive layer of tissue.





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