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couple in Transport topic

couplecouple2 AWL verb  1 [transitive]TTJOIN something TOGETHER to join or fasten two things togethercouple something to something Each element is mathematically coupled to its neighbours.2 [intransitive] formalSYSEX/HAVE SEX WITH to have sex couple something with something→ See Verb table
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coupleEfficiency is improved by coupling large numbers of boxcars together.This meant, I assumed, that men coupled on the premises.And Feinstein had voted for an earlier version when it was coupled with a minimum wage increase.But after three relatively small grape harvests in a row coupled with continuing strong consumer demand, grape prices continue to increase.This must be coupled with the creation of an attractive environment, through the transformation of derelict sites.