Alternative forms 
From Middle English coate, cotte, from Old French cote, cotte (“outer garmet with sleeves”), from Old Frankish *kotta (“coat”), from Proto-Germanic *kuttô, *kuttōn (“cowl, woolen cloth, coat”), from Proto-Indo-European *gʷeud-, *gud- (“woolen clothes”). Cognate with Old High German kozza, kozzo (“woolen coat”) (Modern German Kotze), Middle Low German kot (“coat”), Ancient Greek βεῦδος (beũdos, “woman's attire”).
coat (countable and uncountable; plural coats)
- (countable) An outer garment covering the upper torso and arms.
- (countable) A covering of material, such as paint.
- (countable) The fur or feathers covering an animal's skin.
- When the dog shed its coat, it left hair all over the furniture and the carpet.
- (uncountable, nautical) 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)
Derived terms 
outer garment covering the upper torso and arms
- Arabic: معطف (ar) (mí`ṭaf) m
- Armenian: վերարկու (hy) (verarku)
- Bulgarian: сако (bg) (sako) n, жакет (bg) (žaket) m
- Catalan: abric (ca) m, casaca (ca) f
- Mandarin: 外衣 (cmn) (wàiyī), 大衣 (cmn) (dàyī), 外套 (cmn) (wàitào)
- Czech: kabát (cs) m
- Danish: frakke (da) c
- Dutch: mantel (nl) m, jas (nl) m
- Esperanto: palto (eo)
- Estonian: mantel (et)
- Finnish: takki (fi)
- French: manteau (fr) m, paletot (fr) m
- Georgian: პალტო (ka) (palto), ქურქი (ka) (k’urk’i), პიჯაკი (ka) (piǰaki), ქურთუკი (ka) (k’urt’uki)
- German: Mantel (de) m
- Greek: πανωφόρι (el) (panofóri) n, παλτό (el) (paltó) n
- Hebrew: מְעִיל (he) (m'íl)
- Hungarian: kabát (hu)
- Icelandic: jakki (is) m, frakki (is) m
- Indonesian: mantel (id)
- Irish: cóta (ga) m, casóg (ga) f
- Italian: mantello (it) m
covering of material, such as paint
canvas secured around mast
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coat (third-person singular simple present coats, present participle coating, simple past and past participle coated)
- To cover with a coat of some material
- One can buy coated frying pans, which are much easier to wash up than normal ones.
- To cover as a coat.
to cover with a coat of some material