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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
cagouleca‧goule /kəˈɡuːl/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDCC a thin coat with a hood that stops you from getting wet
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cagouleThis can only be done on specified cliffs and a cagoule must be carried, though not necessarily worn.So you'd better start packing - don't forget a cagoule.A blue cagoule, and Nature Treks, my shoes that pinched, too small.She emptied her bag and popped the new shoes inside, covered by her cagoule.He's wearing a transparent blue plastic cagoule.
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