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Coupler vs. Couplet

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Couplernoun

Someone who couples things together, especially someone whose job it is to couple railway carriages.

Coupletnoun

(literature) A pair of lines with rhyming end words.

Couplernoun

Anything that serves to couple things together; but especially a device that couples railway carriages.

Coupletnoun

A pair of one-way streets which carry opposing directions of traffic through gridded urban areas.

‘5th Street is one-way west only and 6th Street is one-way east only. Together, they form a couplet in Downtown Los Angeles.’;

Couplernoun

(music) A device that connects two keyboards of an organ together so that they play together.

Coupletnoun

(taxonomy) A pair of two mutually exclusive choices in a dichotomous key.

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Couplernoun

A device used to convert electronic information into audible sound signals for transmission over telephone lines.

Coupletnoun

Two taken together; a pair or couple; especially two lines of verse that rhyme with each other.

‘A sudden couplet rushes on your mind.’;

Couplernoun

An electrical device used to transfer energy from one electric device to another, especially without a physical connection.

Coupletnoun

two items of the same kind

Couplernoun

One who couples; that which couples, as a link, ring, or shackle, to connect cars.

Coupletnoun

a stanza consisting of two successive lines of verse; usually rhymed

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Couplernoun

a mechanical device that serves to connect the ends of adjacent objects

Couplet

A couplet is a pair of successive lines of metre in poetry. A couplet usually consists of two successive lines that rhyme and have the same metre.

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