What is the
difference between Coat and Quote?
What is the difference between Coat and Quote? :
Coat : (noun)
( 1 ) Long outer garment with sleeves fastened at the front with buttons
It is a waterproof coat.
( 2 ) Woman’s jacket worn with a skirt
She is wearing a tweet coat and skirt.
( 3 ) Layer of paints or some other substances put on a surface at one time
Give the table a second coat of paint.
Quote : (verb)
( 1 ) Repeat in speech or writing words previously said or written by another person
He is always quoting verses from Gitanjali.
I think he is going to resign. But please do not quote me.
( 2 ) Mention someone / something in support of a statement
Can you quote an example of what you mean?
( 3 ) Name an amount as a price of something
The shares are currently being quoted at fifty rupees a share.
This is the best price I can quote you.
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