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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From French coupé

NounEdit

kupé m (definite singular kupéen or kupeen, indefinite plural kupéer or kupeer, definite plural kupéene or kupeene)

  1. a coupe or coupé (two-door car with fixed roof)
  2. a compartment in a railway carriage
    • 2015, "Kaputt" by Curzio Malaparte, Pelikanen forlag as →ISBN [1]
      Alle i kupeen, i korridoren, i de andre kupeene, i de andre kupeene, i de andre korridorene, i de andre vognene, lo, hele toget lo, også lokføreren og fyrbøteren, hele toget lo fra ende til annen så det ristet og vred på seg på skinnene, …
      All in the compartment, in the corridor, in the other compartments, in the other compartments, in the other corridors and in the other carriages laughed, the whole train laughed, also the engine driver and fireman, the whole train laughed from end to end so it shook and wriggled on the rails, ...
  3. a passenger compartment in a motor car

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French coupé

NounEdit

kupé m (definite singular kupéen or kupeen, indefinite plural kupéar or kupear, definite plural kupéane or kupeane)

  1. a coupe or coupé (two-door car with fixed roof)
  2. a compartment in a railway carriage
  3. a passenger compartment in a motor car

Alternative formsEdit

ReferencesEdit