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  • noun Plural form of couchette.

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Examples

  • We reserved 12 couchettes and only got 4 despite Sally making the reservations for all of them.

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  • We reserved 12 couchettes and only got 4 despite Sally making the reservations for all of them.

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  • There are some couchettes set up for us to sleep in so we spend the first night of the trip in Austerlitz instead.

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  • If couchettes are fully occupied, you can make use of the second class, though some hotel owners may take liberty and book you in advance for a ride.

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  • It's a double-level armrest, that allows two arms to be in the same vertical space, almost like train couchettes.

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  • Overnight services to Berlin, Munich and Innsbruck offer couchettes from £184, or private two-berth sleepers from £291, leaving St Pancras International in London on Eurostar, while if you are looking for luxury a first-class return in a deluxe double sleeper with private shower and toilet costs from £315.

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  • Being the only reasonable way to get north, the train’s packed every single night and the couchettes are always hard to come by as even well-to-do business men and politicians are waiting in line.

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  • Being the only reasonable way to get north, the train’s packed every single night and the couchettes are always hard to come by as even well-to-do business men and politicians are waiting in line.

    The North, Part I - Adamaoua

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