paletot


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paletot

(ˈpæltəʊ)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a loose outer garment
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a woman's fitted coat often worn over a crinoline or bustle
[C19: from French]
References in classic literature ?
Luker pass something to an elderly gentleman, in a light-coloured paletot. The elderly gentleman turns out, sir, to be a most respectable master iron-monger in Eastcheap."
Con "Paletot" se ha mantenido la fidelidad historica al reproducirse en lengua alemana un termino muy concreto.
Para mim homem que gosta de viver longe da cidade e um poeta perfeito, um philosopho, um nume de paletot e chapeo de Chile!
A ironia fica mais clara com a reflexao feita pelo narrador fora da acao e descendo os Campos Elisios, encolhido no paletot, a cogitar neste prato simbolico, considerava a rudeza e atolado atraso da minha Guiaes, onde desde seculos a alma das laranjas permanece ignorada e desaproveitada dentro dos gomos sumarentos, por todos aqueles pomares que ensombram e perfumam o vale, da Roqueirinha a Sandofim!
Instead, "[retaining] my woman's garb without the slightest retrenchment, I merely assumed in addition, a little vest, a collar, and cravat, and a paletot of small dimensions....
Paul's intrusion into her contemplative isolation comes with all the force of a violation: 'The closed door of the first classe--my sanctuary--offered no obstacle; it burst open, and a paletot, and a bonnet grec filled the void; also two eyes first vaguely struck upon, and then hungrily dived into me'.
Para alem dessas, o tradutor recorre ainda a tres galicismos, que tambem deixa em italico: "paletot", "tic" e "cite".
The lawyer who, craving for employment, buttons up his thin paletot to hide his shirtless breast.