[kuhp-uh l-klohs] /ˈkʌp əlˈkloʊs/
Heraldry. a narrow chevron, one-quarter the usual breadth.
Carpentry. (def 5).
[kuhp-uh l] /ˈkʌp əl/ noun 1. two of the same sort considered together; pair. 2. two persons considered as joined together, as a married or engaged pair, lovers, or dance partners: They make a handsome couple. 3. any two persons considered together. 4. Mechanics. a pair of equal, parallel forces acting in opposite directions and […]
/ˈkʌpəldəm/ noun 1. the state of living as a couple, esp when regarded as being interested in each other to the exclusion of the outside world noun the state of being in a romantic or sexual relationship, the condition of being part of a couple Word Origin couple + -dom
- Coupled pulse
coupled pulse n. See bigeminal pulse.
- Coupled rhythm
coupled rhythm n. See bigeminal rhythm.