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  1. couple

    • IPA[ˈkʌp(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      two people or things of the same sort considered together;a pair of partners in a dance or game.
    • v.
      link or combine (something) with something else;connect (a railway vehicle or a piece of equipment) to another
    • verb: couple, 3rd person present: couples, gerund or present participle: coupling, past tense: coupled, past participle: coupled

    • noun: couple, plural noun: couples

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    名詞

    • 1. two people or things of the same sort considered together a couple of girls were playing marbles 同義詞 pair, duo, duology, twosome, set of two, ... 更多
    • a pair of partners in a dance or game.
    • a pair of hunting dogs.
    • two collars joined together and used for holding hounds together.
    • a pair of rafters.
    • a pair of equal and parallel forces acting in opposite directions, and tending to cause rotation about an axis perpendicular to the plane containing them.
    • 2. two people who are married or otherwise closely associated romantically or sexually in three weeks the couple fell in love and became engaged a honeymoon couple 同義詞 husband and wife, twosome, newly-weds, partners, lovers, ... 更多
    • 3. informal an indefinite small number he hoped she'd be better in a couple of days we got some eggs—would you like a couple?

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