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coatnoun

  • jaコート、上着
  • ena piece of clothing with long sleeves that is worn over other clothes to keep a person warm or protected

Examples

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My coat actually used to be my aunt's.
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It's from an Italian brand called SICILY.
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It was a little bigger, and I got it tailored for my size.
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Whoo! It is warm in here.
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- Well, you have your coat on. - Yes.
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Oh, do I? How did that happen?
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'Cause it's cold out.
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Unmute
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Well, should I put my coat in the bedroom?
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No! No, I'll take that for you.
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- Oh, well, thank you. - Okay.
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You're such a gentleman. Thank you.
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Unmute
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Now, everything I brought with me can be used.
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My sport coat here can be fashioned into a backpack of sorts.
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Unmute
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Now, I look around this cafeteria and you know what I see?
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I see division.
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Division between people in white coats and people in blue blazers.
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And I ask myself, "My God, why?"

Other meanings for coat...

coatverb

  • jaコート、上着
  • ento cover with a thick layer of something
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Unmute
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Emily coated the dough with softened butter
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and sprinkled over cinnamon and sugar.
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Unmute
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I need to coat it on the outside with a little bit of whiting,
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and this whiting is just ground marble.
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I'm also putting enough oil to completely coat the bottom of the pan.
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Unmute
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I'll try a quarter cup of sugar so it's just sort of coating the edges.
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Yeah!
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Ooh, gooey, gooey!