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couple

noun /ˈkapl/
two; a few
un par; unos cuantos, unas cuantas; unos pocos, unas pocas
Can I borrow a couple of chairs? I knew a couple of people at the party, but not many.
a man and wife, or a boyfriend and girlfriend
pareja
a married couple The young couple have a child.
couplet /-lit/ noun two lines of verse, one following the other, which rhyme with each other.
pareado
coupling noun a link for joining things together
acoplamiento, enganche
The railway carriage was damaged when the coupling broke.
(Definition of couple from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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