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coupe also: coupéPronunciation: /ˈkuːpeɪ/
American English: /kup/
British English: /kuːp/

Translation of coupe in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Champagne and other sparkling wines were for long drunk in a flat, saucer-like glass called a coupe, but this has been abandoned in favour of the tall flûte which preserves the wine's mousse.
    • The cocktails, nicely, are served in coupes, not martini glasses.
    • Classically, the dessert is served in a coupe dish, which is stemmed, and has a wide, deep bowl.

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