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coverall

[ kuhv-er-awl ]
/ ˈkʌv ərˌɔl /
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noun
a loose-fitting, one-piece work garment, consisting of a trouserlike portion and a top with or without sleeves, worn over other clothing.
overalls for women.
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Origin of coverall

First recorded in 1820–30; cover + all
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British Dictionary definitions for coverall

coverall
/ (ˈkʌvərˌɔːl) /

noun
a thing that covers something entirely
(usually plural) protective outer garments for the body
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