couch Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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couchnoun [C]

 us   /kɑʊtʃ/

couch noun [C] (SEAT)

a piece of furniture with a back and usually arms, that two or more people can sit on at once; a sofa

couchverb [T]

 us   /kɑʊtʃ/

couch verb [T] (EXPRESS)

to express something in a particular way, esp. in order not to upset or anger the person addressed: They want to couch their response in diplomatic, not threatening, terms.
Translations of “couch”
in Arabic أريكة…
in Korean 긴 의자…
in Malaysian sofa…
in French canapé…
in Turkish kanepe, divan…
in Italian divano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 座, 沙發…
in Russian диван…
in Polish sofa, kanapa…
in Vietnamese ghế trường kỷ…
in Spanish sofá, canapé…
in Portuguese sofá…
in Thai เก้าอี้ยาว…
in German die Couch…
in Catalan sofà…
in Japanese ソファー…
in Indonesian sofa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 座, 沙发…
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