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NOUN   a white coat | white coats
blouse {f} blanche [de dentiste, médecin]
white coat
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Translation for 'white coat' from English to French

white coat
blouse {f} blanche [de dentiste, médecin]méd.vêt.
Usage Examples English
  • In Oxford his white hat, rough white coat, and huge white dog earned for him the sobriquet of the White Bear, and he exhibited the exploits of his climbing dog in Christ Church Meadow.
  • They also wore a heavily embroidered "foundi" or gown like garment that was heavily embroidered in silk and on the mainland the "sigouni", a woolen thick white coat.
  • These pups do not swim at first until they shed their white coat.
  • More than 135 films have been based on Gogol's work, the most recent being "The Girl in the White Coat" (2011).
  • The Peruvian Dragoon Guard has throughout its existence worn French-style uniforms of black tunic and red breeches in winter and white coat and red breeches in summer, with red and white plumed bronze helmets with the coat of arms of Peru and golden or red epaulettes depending on rank.
  • With the availability of 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitors and home blood pressure machines, the importance of not wrongly diagnosing those who have white coat hypertension has led to a change in protocols.
  • In contrast, Novak's character wore a white coat when she visited Scottie's apartment, which Head and Hitchcock considered more natural for a blonde to wear.
  • Its presentation is typified in the Himalayan rabbit breed (the first rabbit breed with a pointed white coat) and in the Californian breed.
  • On the face is a white coat of arms on the front and back of the package.
  • He donated his collection to Leeds City Museum, including a witch's bottle found in White Coat (White Cote), Bramley in 1861.
  • A parti-Poodle has patches of any other solid colour over a primarily white coat.
  • It has either red or black hair distributed fairly evenly through a white coat, which gives the appearance of a "red" or "blue" dog.
  • The event concluded with the Physicians' Oath Ceremony (not to be confused with a White Coat Ceremony) by the Class of 2022.
  • He is a scientist in a white coat who tends to "invent" things that had already been invented; his experiments invariably fail.
  • An early adopter of the "white coat" (as shown in Seligmann's c.1890 painting), Billroth was directly responsible for a number of landmarks in surgery; in 1872, he was the first to conduct an esophagectomy, removing a section of the oesophagus and joining the remaining parts together.
  • The modern variety traditionally has a silky, pure-white coat, hanging ears and a tail that curves over its back, and weighs up to [...].
  • Domesticated cats with blue eyes and white coats are often completely deaf.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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