American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A dessert of ice cream or fruit-flavored ice, garnished and served in a special dessert glass.
- n. The stemmed glass in which a coupe is served.
- n. A shallow, bowl-shaped dessert dish.
- n. Variant of coupé.
- French, cup, from Late Latin cuppa. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“a hero and a martyr! his coupe had been taken from him to assist in a barricade in that senseless _emeute_ ten days ago; the _coupe_ got smashed, the horses disappeared.”
“Photo: BMW The word "coupe" comes from the French phrase carrosse coupé , which is to say, "chopped carriage," and sure enough, the Mini Coupe is just that.”
“The term coupe has evolved and grown over the decades.”
“Along with the $51,050 Q5 SUV, Audi's $53,100 S5 coupe is a good value in its segment.”
“Tokyo Motor Show is a harbinger for a range-topping luxury performance coupe from the Japanese automaker.”
“But I think Volkswagen was trying to be too true to the whole concept of a 'coupe' - they only gave the Passat CC two individual seats at the rear!”
“Volkswagen Passat CCVolkswagen Passat CC, the first four-door coupe from the German manufacturer received the "red dot Design Award 2009 - Best of the Best", which represents one of the most coveted awards that a designer can win for a creative product. okay SO WHY DIDNT MERCEDES GET IT BEING THAT THIS IS A CARBON COPY CLS WITH A VW ENGINE IN IT.”
“The free maintenance program launches with the new 2011 CTS coupe, which is set to go on sale in early July.”
“A kind of champagne glass known as a coupe was even said to be modeled after this royal mistress's much-admired décolletage.”
“The company invested 182.5 billion won ($160 million) in development of the coupe, which is built on the same chassis as the Genesis sedan that Hyundai began selling earlier this year.”
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