- 给...穿上外套， 给...穿上上衣
- [C]上衣,外套 long outer garment with sleeves, usually fastened at the front with buttons
- vt. 为某物涂抹 cover sb/sth with a layer of sth
an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
a thin layer covering something;
"a second coat of paint"
growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal
put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface;
"coat the cake with chocolate"
cover or provide with a coat
form a coat over;
"Dirt had coated her face"
- You may hang your coat on the hook.
- She was wearing a woolen coat, with a cotton blouse underneath.
- Jane bought a fur coat yesterday.
- One of the buttons has come off my coat.
- The wall needs a second coat of paint.
- Mountain goats have long shaggy coats.
- The bookshelves were coated with red paint.
- The table was coated in dust.
- This sheepskin coat becomes him.
- The coat fits.
- My coat is too loose.
- The coat wears well.
- I would have been early enough, but I caught my coat on a nail just as I was leaving.
- Get your coat on.
- Many office workers wear a coat and a tie.
- Without hesitation he cast off his coat and jumped into the water to save the drowning child.
- They took off their padded coats and charged into the tunnel, armed with crowbars and dynamite.
- Can you clean the coat of these dirty marks?
- It's not the gay coat that makes the gentleman.
- No man can make a good coat with bad cloth.
- The dog's coat was shiny and healthy-looking.
- The oil coated the cloth.
- The sugar coated the pills.
- Mud coated his new cloth, and he had to wash it.
- The dust coated the desk.
- The wall was coated.
- He is very angry because his new car was coated.
- Your tongue is coated.
- cut one's coat according to one's cloth
量体裁衣,量入为出 spend money or produce sth within the limits of what one can afford
- coat with (v.+prep.)
以(某物)包裹或覆盖(某物) cover (sth) with a layer of (sth)
coat sth with sth
Coat the table-top with a thin layer of varnish.
She coated the biscuits with chocolate.
He coated his chairs with white paint.
The wind coated the washing with dust.
Thicken the soup until you can coat a spoon with it.
The paper was coated with wax.
The wood was coated with special paint.
The car was coated with mud.
He got coated from head to foot with slime.
I like these cookies that are coated with chocolate.
The plum is coated with sugar.
The fields were thickly coated with ice.
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These are biscuits coated with chocolate.
This is a bullet coated with a copper-zinc alloy.
- coat with 以…涂
- 用于主动结构时以涂抹物作主语,以涂抹对象作宾语,含义是“…涂抹在…上”。如表示“用…涂抹…”,则须使用coat sth with sth。
- coat, clothes, clothing, dress, overcoat, suit
- He spent a lot of money on clothes when he was young.他年轻时花很多钱买衣服。
- People of different climates wear different clothing.生活在不同气候条件下的人衣着也不相同。
- This is a factory that makes children's clothing.这是一家童装厂。
- I've bought a coat for my daughter.我替女儿买了一件大衣。
- These coats are in the newest style.这些西装上衣都是最新款式的。
- She wore a long, white dress for the wedding.她穿着一件长长的白色结婚礼服。
- Men and boys wear overcoats in cold weather.天冷时，人们都穿大衣。
- My brother wore a new suit for the party.我哥哥穿一身新西服去参加晚会。
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自古法语的cote，意为外套。