Coverall ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Coverall ( noun )

  1. A one-piece garment that covers the entire body, typically worn as protective clothing in industrial or other settings.
  2. An overall worn as a protective garment in industrial or other settings.

Origin:

The word "coverall" is believed to have originated in the late 19th century and is a combination of the words "cover" and "overall."

Examples:

  1. He put on his coverall before starting to work on the car.
  2. The workers at the construction site all had to wear coveralls.
  3. She put on her coverall and went to work in the garden.
  4. The coverall was made of durable material that protected the worker.
  5. I bought a new coverall for my job as a mechanic.

(As a verb)

Coverall ( verb )

  1. A one-piece garment that covers the entire body, typically worn as protective clothing in industrial or other settings.
  2. An overall worn as a protective garment in industrial or other settings.

Origin:

The word "coverall" is believed to have originated in the late 19th century and is a combination of the words "cover" and "overall."

Examples:

  1. He put on his coverall before starting to work on the car.
  2. The workers at the construction site all had to wear coveralls.
  3. She put on her coverall and went to work in the garden.
  4. The coverall was made of durable material that protected the worker.
  5. I bought a new coverall for my job as a mechanic.
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