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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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raincoatrain‧coat /ˈreɪnkəʊt $ -koʊt/ ●●○ noun [countable]  DCCa coat that you wear to protect yourself from rain
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raincoatShe put on a black raincoat and snuck around outside her building one night.He wore a black p.v.c. raincoat which creaked as he moved.She bunches her raincoat like a bolster to make herself more comfortable.She must fetch her raincoat, just to be on the safe side.Her indecision made her sweat; her armpits felt clammy under her raincoat and the palms of her hands were moist.His raincoat was heavy with damp.I wrapped it in my raincoat and took it on the Love Field bus.Moths have lived on raincoats for years.
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