Coupé

A coupé or coupe (from the French past participle coupé, of the infinitive couper, to cut) is a closed two-door car body style with a permanently attached fixed roof, that is shorter than a sedan of the same model, and it often has seating for two persons or with a tight-spaced rear seat. The precise definition of the term varies between manufac...
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coupe

[n] - a car with two doors and front seats and a luggage compartment
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Coupe

• (n.) A four-wheeled close carriage for two persons inside, with an outside seat for the driver; -- so called because giving the appearance of a larger carriage cut off. • (n.) The front compartment of a French diligence; also, the front compartment (usually for three persons) of a car or carriage on British railways.Coupe: words in the ...
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coupe

noun a car with two doors and front seats and a luggage compartment
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Coupé

Cou`pé' (kō`pa') noun [ French, from coupé , past participle of couper to cut. See Coppice .] 1. The front compartment of a French diligence; also, the front compartment (usually for three persons) of a car or carriage on British railways. 2. A four...
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coupe

a carriage for 2 passengers
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Coupe

A closed car with two side doors and less than 33 cubic feet of rear interior volume, according to measurements based on SAE standard J1100. A two-door car is therefore not necessarily a coupe.
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Coupe

A coupe was a small four-wheeled closed carriage for two persons, carrying a driver outside. The term has come to also describe a motor car with a single-compartment body containing two or three seats or a half-compartment in a railway coach.
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coupe

A defined area of forest, usually with consistent characteristics
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COUPE

An area of forest of variable size, shape and orientation on which timber harvesting takes place, usually followed by forest regeneration activity.
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Coupe

Coupe is a dish of ice-cream and fruit served in a short-stemmed glass dish, the glass dish also being known as a coupe.
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coupe

cup; dessert served in goblet
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coupe

four-wheeled closed horse-drawn carriage
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coupé

four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage that was based on the coach but was smaller and lighter in weight. While originally the word coupé described any ...
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Coupe

Generally, a two-door car with close-coupled passenger compartment.
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Coupe

Ice cream topped with fruit and traditionally served in a stemmed glass or silver goblet.
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Coupe

see cut-over
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Coupe

The foot wrapped around the ankle with the heel just above the ankle bone.
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Coupe

This especially in the 19th Century common Champagne Glass in a shallow bowl. According to legend, it is the bosom of the French queen Marie-Antoinette (1755-1793) copied. There are also other ladies mentioned. The actual design of the bowl-shaped glass is the French author and satirist Marquis de Saint-Evremond (1610-1703) attributed to the popula...
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