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un·der·coat

 (ŭn′dər-kōt′)
n.
1. A coat worn beneath another coat.
2. A covering of short hairs lying underneath the longer outer hairs of an animal's coat.
3. also un·der·coat·ing (-kō′tĭng)
a. A coat of sealing material applied to a surface before the outer coats, as of paint, are applied.
b. The sealing material used for this purpose.
c. A tarlike substance sprayed on the underside of a vehicle to prevent rusting.
tr.v. un·der·coat·ed, un·der·coat·ing, un·der·coats
To apply an undercoat to.
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Adj.1.undercoated - (of motor vehicles) having a coating of tar or other rustproof material applied to the underside
automotive vehicle, motor vehicle - a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
rustless - without rust
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