coatverb

  • jaコート、上着
  • ento cover with a thick layer of something

Examples

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My son— I finally let him do his bathroom on his own.
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He's the 8-year-old.
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And I walked in after and the whole bathtub was gray.
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And he had put so much bathtub cleaner in it
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and then just filled it with water and emptied the water out.
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So it had coated the inside of the tub.
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And it took me like 20 minutes of scrubbing.
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So we coated his entire wardrobe with that special material.
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So let's just see if it works.
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- So messy Andy is gonna have a fancy dinner and watch what happens. - All right.
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- Oh, Andy. - Go.
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- I love you so much. - Stop!
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Here we go.
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Just do it!
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Go!
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- But you said not to do it. - Just do it!
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- You want me to do it now? - Go!
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Go! Please?
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When?
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But with an atomizer, if you have one, it's just nice,
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'cause you get a nice, even coat in the glass.
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You know, and you just get like a nice— it's just nicely coated with absinthe,
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and you get that layer of flavor.
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Hey, it's not like you're gonna pay off the ones you have anyway.
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You could start selling pills.
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I'll bet you have a relative that has a prescription for something fun.
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Steal it.
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You could open a charity for a fake cause.
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Hey, maybe you'll get lucky and some of that money will be coated in a fatal virus.
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Last time, I think I used a whole cup of sugar.
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That was too much.
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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!
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- What I've done is a purple terp and cinnamon
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whipped cream with an apple rose that's been coated
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with a THC and CBD infused salted caramel sauce.
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And then the crust is actually
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infused with blueberry powder.
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- Beautiful, really pretty plating. Mmm.

Other meanings for coat...

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
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The ant infestation?
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It's bad. They bite now, sir.
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I think they're just trying to avoid the cold weather.
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We should freeze them out.
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The plan is working, Captain.
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Yes. We won.
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Oh, my God.
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They're in the coats.
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They're in our coats!
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Hey, it's printing!
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Hey, it's printing!
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Well, what is it? Let me see.
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Hey, someone order a coat?
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Ross, Chandler wrote something about me on his computer, and he won't let me see.
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He won't? He won't.
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Scalp leeches, skull vampires, follicle gypsies, hair lawyers.
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- One thing is clear: it's kill or be killed! - No! No, no.
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It's more of a nuisance, really.
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It's not that big a deal.
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So, I collected your hats and your coats.
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- To be burned! - To be washed.
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You know, we work in a Museum of Natural History.
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And yet, there is something unnatural about the way we eat lunch.
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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?"
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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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I'm going to wear what was once one of my pant legs.
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What are you writing?
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Well, Joshua's coming in tomorrow.
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And since I don't have the guts to ask him out,
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I'm gonna sell him a coat and put this note in the pocket.
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What does he do when he isn't working at his maybe possibly government job?
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Does he have a partner? Kids? Maybe a pet.
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Why is it that in five seasons of 'Hey Arnold,' we only get about a one-second glimpse of him?
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And why is he wearing a trench coat?
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It isn't raining out!