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cote

a small shed or shelter for sheep or birds; a cottage or hut: The cote was made of logs and had only two rooms.
Not to be confused with:
coat – an outer garment extending to the waist or below: This coat will keep you warm.; the fur of an animal: The fox has a beautiful coat.; a layer of covering material: The fence needs another coat of paint.
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cote 1

 (kōt)
n.
A small shed or shelter for sheep or birds.

[Middle English, from Old English.]

cote 2

 (kōt)
tr.v. cot·ed, cot·ing, cotes Obsolete
To go around by the side of; skirt.

[Probably from French côtoyer, to skirt, from côté, side, from Old French coste, rib; see costrel.]
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cote

(kəʊt) or

cot

n
1. (Agriculture)
a. a small shelter for pigeons, sheep, etc
b. (in combination): dovecote.
2. (Architecture) dialect chiefly Brit a small cottage
[Old English cote; related to Low German Kote; see cot2]

cote

(kəʊt)
vb
(tr) archaic to pass by, outstrip, or surpass
[C16: perhaps from Old French costoier to run alongside, from coste side; see coast]
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cote1

(koʊt)

n.
1. a coop or shed for sheep, pigs, pigeons, etc.
2. Brit. Dial. cottage.
[before 1050; Middle English, Old English cote (feminine; compare cot2)]

cote2

(koʊt)

v.t. Obs.
to pass by.
[1565–75; orig. uncertain]
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cote


Past participle: coted
Gerund: coting

Imperative
cote
cote
Present
I cote
you cote
he/she/it cotes
we cote
you cote
they cote
Preterite
I coted
you coted
he/she/it coted
we coted
you coted
they coted
Present Continuous
I am coting
you are coting
he/she/it is coting
we are coting
you are coting
they are coting
Present Perfect
I have coted
you have coted
he/she/it has coted
we have coted
you have coted
they have coted
Past Continuous
I was coting
you were coting
he/she/it was coting
we were coting
you were coting
they were coting
Past Perfect
I had coted
you had coted
he/she/it had coted
we had coted
you had coted
they had coted
Future
I will cote
you will cote
he/she/it will cote
we will cote
you will cote
they will cote
Future Perfect
I will have coted
you will have coted
he/she/it will have coted
we will have coted
you will have coted
they will have coted
Future Continuous
I will be coting
you will be coting
he/she/it will be coting
we will be coting
you will be coting
they will be coting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coting
you have been coting
he/she/it has been coting
we have been coting
you have been coting
they have been coting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coting
you will have been coting
he/she/it will have been coting
we will have been coting
you will have been coting
they will have been coting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coting
you had been coting
he/she/it had been coting
we had been coting
you had been coting
they had been coting
Conditional
I would cote
you would cote
he/she/it would cote
we would cote
you would cote
they would cote
Past Conditional
I would have coted
you would have coted
he/she/it would have coted
we would have coted
you would have coted
they would have coted
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cote - a small shelter for domestic animals (as sheep or pigeons)cote - a small shelter for domestic animals (as sheep or pigeons)
shelter - protective covering that provides protection from the weather
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Translations

cote

n (= dovecote)Taubenschlag m; (= sheepcote)Schafstall m
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References in classic literature ?
They have a few names of saints, the same with those in the Roman martyrology, but they often insert others, as Zama la Cota, the Life of Truth; Ongulari, the Evangelist; Asca Georgi, the Mouth of Saint George.
Numa breve analise dos textos e artigos, foi possivel constatar que o senso comum predomina os conteudos acerca da politica de cotas nas universidades brasileiras.
A 4a Conferencia das Nacoes Unidas sobre Mulher, realizada em Beijing, em 1995, foi um marco na agenda por representacao feminina, tendo como consequencia uma extensiva aplicacao de politicas de cotas de genero.
According to COTAS, the unpaid salaries have had serious adverse effects on workers, including emotional distress, abandonment of academic/professional programmes, and death.