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coating

a heavy fabric suitable for coats

coating

[′kōd·iŋ]
(materials)
Any material that will form a continuous film over a surface.
The film formed by the material.

coating

A layer of material which is applied to a surface to decorate, preserve, protect, seal, or smooth the substrate; usually applied by brushing, spraying, mopping, troweling, or dipping.
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