coated tongue coat·ed tongue (kō’tĭd)
The presence of a whitish layer on the upper surface of the tongue, composed of epithelial debris, food particles, and bacteria.
noun, Cell Biology. 1. a clathrin-covered vesicle that forms from the closure of a coated pit, engulfing the ligand-receptor complex in endocytosis.
[koh-tee] /koʊˈti/ noun 1. a close-fitting short , especially one with tails or skirts. /kəʊˈtiː; ˈkəʊtiː/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) a short coat, esp for a baby
[kohts] /koʊts/ noun 1. Eric, 1886–1957, English violist and composer. 2. Joseph Gordon, 1878–1943, New Zealand statesman: prime minister 1925–28. /kəʊts/ noun 1. Joseph Gordon. 1878–1943, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1925–28)
[kohts-vil] /ˈkoʊts vɪl/ noun 1. a city in SE Pennsylvania.