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dust coat

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1. (Clothing & Fashion) Brit a loose lightweight coat worn for early open motor-car riding. US name: duster
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Noun1.dust coat - a loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the anklesdust coat - a loose coverall (coat or frock) reaching down to the ankles
coverall - a loose-fitting protective garment that is worn over other clothing
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A dust coat was worn by pioneers of which early leisure activity?
class="MsoNormal"The suspect told us that they met briefly but didn't talk much as the lady was still engaged at work and was still wearing her dust coat. They promised to talk later as the suspect travelled back to Nairobi," Mr Kingi said.
A man standing beside a car park near the tower wearing a brown dust coat and peaked hat was dispensing tickets to tourists.
She also told me to wear a blue dust coat, which the recipient of the money was to use to identify me, said the witness.
All visitors should have their cars and shoes disinfected at the entrance of the farm.Everyone should wash their hands with a disinfectant and wear protective clothing - a dust coat and gumboots before they enter into the rabbit house.
Thick dust coated Oppy's solar panels, depriving the rover of power and killing it.
Professionals shall wear white dust coats with nametags clearly displayed.
Saharan dust coats cars in Wales with a dirty residue SO that's what it was.
Among its products are chemical protective clothing, cut resistant gloves, dust coats and protective footwear among others.
A time capsule of three digital discs containing thousands of files was ceremoniously placed within the space pod by organizers wearing white dust coats at the plant where it is being constructed and tested.