British warm

  n. army officer's overcoat.

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  • british warm — noun Usage: usually capitalized B : a short double breasted overcoat worn especially by British army officers * * * a double breasted overcoat of military cut. * * * British warm see ↑warm • • • Main Entry: ↑British …   Useful english dictionary

  • British warm — a double breasted overcoat of military cut. * * * …   Universalium

  • British warm — n. double breasted coat of an army officer …   English contemporary dictionary

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