[kou-kach-er] /ˈkaʊˌkætʃ ər/
a triangular frame at the front of a locomotive, especially a steam locomotive, designed for clearing the track of obstructions.
(US & Canadian) a metal frame on the front of a locomotive to clear the track of animals or other obstructions
noun 1. a region of cattle ranches, as rural areas of the southwestern U.S., especially Texas.
noun 1. a broad-brimmed hat with a high crown, usually of soft felt, as worn by cowboys and ranchers.
[kou-uh l] /ˈkaʊ əl/ noun 1. Henry (Dixon) 1897–1965, U.S. composer. /ˈkaʃuəl/ noun 1. Simon. born 1959, British manager of pop groups and TV personality, best known as an outspoken judge on the TV talent contests Pop Idol (2001–04), The X Factor (from 2004), and Britain’s Got Talent (from 2007)
[kou-er] /ˈkaʊ ər/ verb (used without object) 1. to crouch, as in fear or shame. /ˈkaʊə/ verb 1. (intransitive) to crouch or cringe, as in fear v. c.1300, probably from Middle Low German *kuren “lie in wait” (Modern German kauern), or similar Scandinavian words meaning “to squat” and “to doze” (e.g. Old Norse kura, Danish, […]