Jacket ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jacket ( noun )

  1. A garment for the upper body that fastens down the front, typically having sleeves and a collar.
  2. A protective outer covering, in particular.
  3. A cover for a book or record album.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a short coat worn by soldiers): from old french jaquette, from proven├žal jaqueta, of germanic origin.

Examples:

  1. I need to buy a new winter jacket.
  2. The jacket of the book was torn.
  3. The jacket provided protection from the wind.
  4. He was wearing a denim jacket.
  5. The jacket had a hood to protect from the rain.

(As a verb)

Jacket ( verb )

  1. A garment for the upper body that fastens down the front, typically having sleeves and a collar.
  2. A protective outer covering, in particular.
  3. A cover for a book or record album.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a short coat worn by soldiers): from old french jaquette, from proven├žal jaqueta, of germanic origin.

Examples:

  1. I need to buy a new winter jacket.
  2. The jacket of the book was torn.
  3. The jacket provided protection from the wind.
  4. He was wearing a denim jacket.
  5. The jacket had a hood to protect from the rain.
Some random words: carryout, recuperation, voltaic