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coating

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoatingcoat‧ing /ˈkəʊtɪŋ $ ˈkoʊ-/ noun [countable]  COVERa thin layer of something that covers a surfacecoating of a fine coating of dust The tent has a waterproof coating on both sides.
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coatingIn 1996, wardrobe shine will come from other sources, such as fabric coatings.Cassette tapes have a magnetic oxide coating.The Jakarta operation is geared up to serve protection coatings, marine, packaging and speciality industrial end-users.Rinse the pineapple and cherries to remove sugary coating and pat dry on kitchen paper.As the water evaporates, the coalescing agents cause the acrylic dispersion to fuse and form the surface coating.Cleaning is carried out with hot detergent solution during which the coating is dissolved enabling the soil to be floated off.ice-cream with a thick coating of chocolateRub a thin coating of oil onto the peppers, then put them on the grill.Yellow coating at the base of the tongue or a dry, smooth, glazed, cracked tongue.

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