Meaning of trench coat in English:

trench coat

Pronunciation

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noun

  • 1A loose belted, double-breasted raincoat in a military style.

    ‘Love all the trench coats, especially the white trench coat with the subtle Burberry print on it.’
    • ‘He was wearing a long trench coat and an old style hat that had stopped Scott from identifying him.’
    • ‘They have a patent leather version of a fifties style trench coat and their own interpretation of the current high school craze.’
    • ‘For the evening, Bailey offers these shiny variations of the trench coat.’
    • ‘Wear it with a trendy leather jacket and jeans for everyday occasions, or with a dressier trench coat for work.’
    • ‘She dresses smart-black pin-stripe trousers, black polo neck with a trench coat.’
    • ‘There was a man in a trench coat, pants, shirt, shoes and sunglasses, all black.’
    • ‘He stood in front of her in a black trench coat and a matching turtleneck.’
    • ‘He was surprised, however, when he stepped right into the path of a smaller man in a trench coat and fedora.’
    • ‘Standing, the man in the black trench coat adjusted the sunglasses that obscured his eyes.’
    • ‘Thus the campy prose style and the author photo in trench coat and fedora.’
    • ‘On the crumple sheeted bed is a dirty trench coat and on the trench coat is a carefully placed bible.’
    • ‘Standing on the balcony edge, he was dressed in his trench coat, lined with moonlight around the edges.’
    • ‘She reached inside and pulled out a black trench coat lined with faux fur at the neck, the sleeves, and the hem.’
    • ‘I placed my bowler hat on my coat rack, and my black trench coat on the hook.’
    • ‘I wrestled off my trench coat and hat, throwing them on to the coat hanger.’
    • ‘We entered as another servant took my soft tan fur coat; Jarred handed them his black trench coat.’
    • ‘He rushed toward the coat rack, grabbing his trench coat and slipping it on.’
    • ‘There are also sweater coats, coatdresses, trench coats, balmacaans, reefers, princess cuts, and oodles of other descriptive style terms to spin you into a fashionable furious straight jacket, if you should so desire.’
    • ‘The boy on the other hand wore an ankle length black trench coat, with a green ponytail flipped over the coat.’
    1. 1.1A lined or padded waterproof coat worn by soldiers.

Origin

First World War originally referring to the type of coat worn by soldiers in the trenches.