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coupe1 / koōp/ (also cou·pé / koōˈpā/ ) • n. 1. a car with a fixed roof and two doors. 2. hist. a four-wheeled enclosed carriage for two passengers and a driver. 3. hist. an end compartment in a railroad car, with seats on only one side. coupe2 • n. a shallow glass or glass dish, typically with a stem, in which desserts or champagne are served. ∎  a dessert served in such a dish.

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coupé short four-wheeled closed carriage for two. XIX. — F., short for carosse coupé ‘cut carriage’, the body having the form of a berline from which the hind seat has been cut away; sb. use of pp. of couper cut, f. coup (see COPE 2).

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coupe
1. An area that is to be cut in a particular year of a coppice rotation.

2. An area of woodland that is to be or has been clear-felled.

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coupé (Fr.). In ballet, a step like the chassé but the displaced foot goes into the air.

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coupe An area that is to be cut in a particular year of a coppice rotation.

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coupe Dessert of ice cream and fruit, a sundae.

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coupé

coupé •frappé • jaspé •épée, Pepe •Príncipe •coupé, Nupe, toupée •agape • canapé

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