Also, coupé. a closed, two-door car shorter than a sedan of the same model.
ice cream or sherbet mixed or topped with fruit, liqueur, whipped cream, etc.
a glass container for serving such a dessert, usually having a stem and a wide, deep bowl.
any rimless plate.
[koo-pey or for 1, 5, koop] /kuˈpeɪ or for 1, 5, kup/
a short, four-wheeled, closed carriage, usually with a single seat for two passengers and an outside seat for the driver.
the end compartment in a European diligence or railroad car.
Ballet. an intermediary step to transfer the weight from one foot to the other.
(in Continental heraldry) party per fess.
1 (def 1).
a dessert of fruit and ice cream, usually served in a glass goblet
a dish or stemmed glass bowl designed for this dessert
Also called fixed-head coupé. a four-seater car with a fixed roof, a sloping back, and usually two doors Compare drophead coupé
a four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage with two seats inside and one outside for the driver
an end compartment in a European railway carriage with seats on one side only
1834, from French coupe (18c.), noun use of past participle of couper “to cut (in half);” see coup. Modern use is from early 19c. carrosse coupe “cut-off carriage,” a shorter version of the berlin, minus the back seat. First applied to closed two-door automobiles 1908.
[kohp, koop] /koʊp, kup/ verb (used with or without object), Scot. 1. overturn; upset. /kuː/ noun 1. a brilliant and successful stroke or action 2. short for coup d’état /kaʊp/ verb 1. to turn or fall over noun 2. a rubbish tip /kaʊp/ verb 1. (Scot) to barter; traffic; deal n. c.1400, from Old French […]
[koopuh-ran] /kupəˈrɛ̃/ noun 1. François [frahn-swa] /frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), 1668–1733, French composer. /French kuprɛ̃/ noun 1. François (frɑ̃swa). 1668–1733, French composer, noted for his harpsichord suites and organ music
[koo-pey-ruh s] /kuˈpeɪ rəs/ noun 1. Louis [loo-ee] /luˈi/ (Show IPA), 1863–1923, Dutch novelist.
[koo-pet] /kuˈpɛt/ noun 1. a small for serving dessert.