[kuhp-ler] /ˈkʌp lər/
a person or thing that or links together.
Machinery. a rod or link transmitting force and motion between a rotating part and a rotating or oscillating part.
Also called coupling. Railroads. a device for joining pieces of rolling stock.
a device in an organ or harpsichord for connecting keys, manuals, or a manual and pedals, so that they are played together when one is played.
Electricity. a device for transferring electrical energy from one circuit to another, as a transformer that joins parts of a radio apparatus together by induction.
(in color photography) a chemical that reacts with the developer to produce one of the colors in a print or transparency.
a link or rod transmitting power between two rotating mechanisms or a rotating part and a reciprocating part
(music) a device on an organ or harpsichord connecting two keys, two manuals, etc, so that both may be played at once
(electronics) a device, such as a transformer, used to couple two or more electrical circuits
(US & Canadian) a device for connecting railway cars or trucks together Also called (in eg Britain) coupling
noun 1. a counseling procedure that attempts to improve the adaptation and adjustment of two people who form a conjugal unit.
[kuhp-lit] /ˈkʌp lɪt/ noun 1. a pair of successive lines of verse, especially a pair that rhyme and are of the same length. 2. a pair; . 3. Music. any of the contrasting sections of a rondo occurring between statements of the refrain. /ˈkʌplɪt/ noun 1. two successive lines of verse, usually rhymed and of […]
[kuhp-ling] /ˈkʌp lɪŋ/ noun 1. the act of a person or thing that couples. 2. Machinery. 3. Railroads. (def 3). 4. Electricity. 5. a short length of plumbing pipe having each end threaded on the inside. 6. the part of the body between the tops of the shoulder blades and the tops of the hip […]
noun, Electronics. 1. . noun, Electronics. 1. a capacitor used for stopping the passage of direct current from one circuit to another while allowing alternating current to pass.