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Coatees

kəʊˈtiː

Meanings of Coatees:

noun

A woman's or infant's short coat.

Usage examples:

Nor is the more severe type of elegance neglected, and tailor-made linen garments with pleated trot…

Meanings of Coati:

noun

A raccoon-like animal found mainly in central and south america, with a long flexible snout and a ringed tail.

Usage examples:

The reserve provides a home to 1,800 black howler monkeys as well as 250 species of birds, deer, co…

Coating

ˈkəʊ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Coating:

noun

A thin layer or covering of something.

Usage examples:

A coating of paint
verb

Provide with a layer or covering of something.

Usage examples:

Her right leg was coated in plaster

Coatings

ˈkəʊ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Coatings:

noun

A thin layer or covering of something.

Usage examples:

A coating of paint

Meanings of Coatis:

noun

A raccoon-like animal found mainly in central and south america, with a long flexible snout and a ringed tail.

Usage examples:

The reserve provides a home to 1,800 black howler monkeys as well as 250 species of birds, deer, co…

Meanings of Coatrack:

noun

A stand with hooks on which to hang coats, hats, etc.

Usage examples:

The clank of our umbrellas as we hook them round the coat stand is shocking, like something clinkin…

Meanings of Coatracks:

noun

A stand with hooks on which to hang coats, hats, etc.

Usage examples:

The clank of our umbrellas as we hook them round the coat stand is shocking, like something clinkin…

Coatroom

ˈkəʊtruːm

Meanings of Coatroom:

noun

A cloakroom.

Usage examples:

Public seminar rooms, lockers, and coatrooms are in the basement, with the library functions on the…

Meanings of Coatrooms:

noun

A cloakroom.

Usage examples:

Public seminar rooms, lockers, and coatrooms are in the basement, with the library functions on the…

Coats

kəʊt

Meanings of Coats:

noun

An outer garment with sleeves, worn outdoors and typically extending below the hips.

Usage examples:

A winter coat
verb

Provide with a layer or covering of something.

Usage examples:

Her right leg was coated in plaster

Meanings of Coattail:

noun

Each of the flaps formed by the back of a tailcoat.

Usage examples:

He wears a top hat and coat-tails, and white spats on shoes the color of alaskan hematite.

Meanings of Coattails:

noun

Each of the flaps formed by the back of a tailcoat.

Usage examples:

He wears a top hat and coat-tails, and white spats on shoes the color of alaskan hematite.

Coauthor

kəʊˈɔː.θər

Meanings of Coauthor:

noun

A joint author.

Usage examples:

An american teacher who later became his wife and co-author
verb

Be a joint author of (a book, paper, or report).

Usage examples:

It was the third book i had co-authored on english grammar

Meanings of Coauthored:

verb

Be a joint author of (a book, paper, or report).

Usage examples:

It was the third book i had co-authored on english grammar
noun

A joint author.

Usage examples:

An american teacher who later became his wife and co-author

Coauthoring

kəʊˈɔː.θər

Meanings of Coauthoring:

verb

Be a joint author of (a book, paper, or report).

Usage examples:

It was the third book i had co-authored on english grammar
noun

A joint author.

Usage examples:

An american teacher who later became his wife and co-author

Coauthors

kəʊˈɔː.θər

Meanings of Coauthors:

noun

A joint author.

Usage examples:

An american teacher who later became his wife and co-author
verb

Be a joint author of (a book, paper, or report).

Usage examples:

It was the third book i had co-authored on english grammar

Coauthorship

ˌkəʊˈɔː.θə.ʃɪp

Meanings of Coauthorship:

noun

The fact of being one of two or more people to write a particular book, article, play, etc.

Usage examples:

He had numerous publications, including co-authorship of two books.

Coaxed

kəʊks

Meanings of Coaxed:

verb

Gently and persistently persuade (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The trainees were coaxed into doing boring work
noun

Coaxial cable.

Usage examples:

After all, you can't lay fiber, buy cable modems and pay for cable tv with surplus coax.
adjective

Coaxial.

Usage examples:

Coax connectors

Coaxes

kəʊks

Meanings of Coaxes:

verb

Gently and persistently persuade (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The trainees were coaxed into doing boring work
noun

Coaxial cable.

Usage examples:

After all, you can't lay fiber, buy cable modems and pay for cable tv with surplus coax.
adjective

Coaxial.

Usage examples:

Coax connectors

Coaxial

ˌkəʊˈæk.si.əl

Meanings of Coaxial:

adjective

Having a common axis.

Usage examples:

It is also armed with a 25-mm automatic cannon and a 7.62-mm coaxial machine gun common to these fi…

Coaxing

ˈkəʊk.sɪŋ

Meanings of Coaxing:

noun

Persistent gentle persuasion.

Usage examples:

He refused to return to the game despite the coaxing of his teammates
adjective

Gently and persistently persuasive.

Usage examples:

They speak in a coaxing manner when they want something
verb

Gently and persistently persuade (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The trainees were coaxed into doing boring work

Coaxingly

ˈkəʊk.sɪŋ.li

Meanings of Coaxingly:

adverb

In a way that persuades someone gently to do something, by being kind or patient, or by appearing to be

Usage examples:

"won't you let me come with you?" letty said coaxingly ., she patted the seat next to her coaxingly.

Cob

kɒb

Meanings of Cob:

noun

The central cylindrical woody part of the maize ear to which the grains are attached.

Usage examples:

Place the corncobs in a large saucepan and cover with cold water.
abbreviation

Close of business.

Usage examples:

You have until cob today to show us why you should not be disconnected

Meanings of Cobalamin:

noun

Any of a group of cobalt-containing substances including cyanocobalamin (vitamin b12).

Cobalt

ˈkəʊ.bɒlt

Meanings of Cobalt:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 27, a hard silvery-white magnetic metal.

Usage examples:

This packing arrangement is also observed for many metals, including rubidium, osmium, cobalt, zinc…

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