Definition of 'coupé'
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It also aims to boost sales with new coupe and roadster models. The Sun (2011)In a coupe glass, the fizz is lost more quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Mini plan to build a new coupe and roadster at their Oxford works this year. The Sun (2011)Roof up, it feels just like a sporty coupe. The Sun (2007) Glass: champagne coupe. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It sits low like a sports car with a long bonnet and a sleek coupé roof line. The Sun (2014)This makes the Japanese coupé one of the most entertaining cars on the road. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are new marvels in this new coupé but you can feel that Mercedes is chasing a moving target. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Inside, it takes a big jump forward with a cabin featuring new instruments which look good enough for a sporty coupé. The Sun (2010)It feels more like a sporty coupé than a family hatchback, with outstanding cornering ability complemented by a smooth and comfortable ride. The Sun (2007)This is the new coupé, the third member of the Laguna family and by far the best looking. The Sun (2008)It's like a marriage between a rugged sport utility and a sporty coupé, but with lots of space and practicality. The Sun (2008)There's improved sound insulation with the new cloth top so it's closer to the comfort of the coupé with the roof in winter. The Sun (2006)
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Used Occasionally. coupe is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'coupé'
British English: coupé NOUN
A coupé is a car with a fixed roof, a sloping back, two doors, and seats for four people.
Definition of coupé from the Collins English Dictionary
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