Put on your jacket .
Hang your jacket up by the tap.
Turn the design right side up on all your jacket buttons. Turn the hat inside out.
Pull off your jacket .
Our shop undertakes the remolding of cotton-padded jacket , which will not lose shape even after repeated reconditioning.
This jacket comes in three sizes.
The bat jacket is loose-fitting and smooth in style.
It specifically said on the label that the jacket should be dry-cleaned.
The tailor measured Harry for a new jacket .
A well-tailored jacket ought to set well.
A great contribution in autumn--the jacket of world trend.
overscale furniture;an overscaled jacket .
“Adjustable to fit various size rabbits and other small animals. The elasticized leash allows for extra ”“give”“. Made from durable cotton, the jacket is machine washable and comes in assorted patterns.”
Flower worn in the buttonhole of the lapel of a coat or jacket
I felt bad enough when I spilled soup all over your jacket .You didn’t have to yell at me in front of everyone.
To pad out the shoulders of a jacket
A red jacket doesn’t match green trousers.
She ripped off a leather jacket while ostensibly trying on clothes.
The jacket of world trend this spring is in loose-bodied style.
Not even the thickest jacket was enough to keep out the cold.
A heavy jacket with a hood;a parka.
Well, this tie goes well with your jacket .
The Book has lost its jacket .
How about the corduroy jacket ?
jacket (battledress-type),men’s or boys’,of textile materials,not knitted or crocheted
jacket (battledress-type),men’s or boys’,of knitted or crocheted textile materials
men’s or boys’ ski jacket ,of textile materials not knitted or crocheted
jockeys jacket ,men’s or boys’,not knitted or crocheted
jacket shirt men’s or boys’,knitted or crocheted of cotton
men’s or boys’ jacket-shirt,knitted or crocheted of 和textile materials than cotton
1.A folder or envelope containing an official document or file.
2.A jacket potato.
‘The menu boasts everything from rump steaks to bangers and mash - and there are _jackets_ and baguettes available too.’
‘I had a _jacket_ with cheese and beans on Thursday and a cheese salad for lunch as well.’
3.A record sleeve.
‘Record _jackets_ of all types lined the walls and memorabilia from the rock and roll era filled the many shelves all around the establishment.’
‘Nelly nodded looking over my shoulder at the titles on the _jackets_ of the records.’
4.A steel frame fixed to the seabed, forming the support structure of an oil production platform.
5.An outer covering, especially one placed round a tank or pipe to insulate it.
‘Similarly, a steel and concrete _jacket_ was secured to the swing span central pier in 1936.’
‘Install an insulating _jacket_ around the hot water heater to improve its heat retention capability.’
6.An outer garment extending either to the waist or the hips, typically having sleeves and a fastening down the front.
‘he put his hand in his _jacket_ pocket’
‘At the time he had a goatee beard and was wearing a waist length _jacket_ with maroon coloured sleeves, dark coloured jeans and dark coloured footwear.’
7.The dust jacket of a book.
‘You may not have heard of House Industries, but you will undoubtedly have seen their work, be it on book _jackets_ , CD covers or in the typography of advertising.’
‘Chris Moore lives in another world - but it’s all in a day’s work for the artist whose illustrations have been used on the book _jackets_ of some of the world’s top authors.’
8.The skin of a potato.
‘potatoes cooked in their _jackets_ ’
‘All we ate every day was a piece of black bread and three potatoes cooked in their _jackets_ .’
1.Cover with a jacket.
‘For cladding-pumped laser experiments, some preforms have been _jacketed_ with a second quartz glass tube in order to increase the cladding-core relation.’
‘Old stoves have been _jacketed_ and furnaces put in. Artificial lighting systems have been installed.’
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