coatstand

coatstand
noun (C) a tall pole with hooks at the top that you hang coats on

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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  • coatstand — UK [ˈkəʊtˌstænd] / US [ˈkoʊtˌstænd] noun [countable] Word forms coatstand : singular coatstand plural coatstands a piece of furniture consisting of a tall pole with hooks at the top for hanging coats and hats on …   English dictionary

  • coatstand — coatˈrack or coatˈstand noun A rack or stand with pegs for hanging coats on • • • Main Entry: ↑coat * * * coatstand UK [ˈkəʊtˌstænd] US [ˈkoʊtˌstænd] noun [countable] [singular coatstand …   Useful english dictionary

  • coatstand — coat|stand [ˈkəutstænd US ˈkout ] n a tall pole with hooks at the top that you hang coats on …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • coatstand — coat|stand [ kout,stænd ] noun count a piece of furniture consisting of a tall pole with hooks at the top for hanging coats and hats on …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • coatstand — n. rack for hanging coats and hats temporarily …   English contemporary dictionary

  • The Homecoming — Infobox Play name = The Homecoming image size = caption = writer = Harold Pinter characters = Teddy Lenny Ruth Sam Joey Max setting = Summer. An old house in North London. premiere = June 3, 1965 place = Aldwych Theatre, London orig lang =… …   Wikipedia

  • hatstand — 1. noun A device used to store hats upon. Usually made of wood and standing at least five foot tall, they have a single pole making up most of the height, with a sturdy base to prevent toppling, and an array of lengthy pegs at the top for… …   Wiktionary

  • coat rack — noun A rack or stand with hooks or pegs for holding hats and coats, often placed near an entrance for temporary use She put her coat and her hat on the coat rack when she entered her friends apartment. Syn: coatstand, hatstand, hatrack, clothes… …   Wiktionary

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