vật nối, móc nối; chỗ nối (toa xe lửa, các bộ phận trong mây)
(điện học) sự mắc, sự nối, cách mắc
couples|coupled|coupling'kʌpl noun +a small indefinite number +a pair of people who live together +a pair who associate with one another +two items of the same kind +(physics) something joined by two equal and opposite forces that act along parallel lines verb +bring two objects, ideas, or people together +link together +form a pair or pairs +make love
1 pair, duo, twosome; brace, span, yoke, team:
They certainly make a nice couple.
2 a couple of. a few, several, a handful (of), one or two, three or four:
I'll be with you in a couple of minutes.
3 join, link, yoke, combine, unite, match up, connect:
The two carriages are easily coupled together.
Advanced English Dictionary
+noun 1[usually sing.] an action of joining or combining two things: a coupling of Mozart's Prague Symphony and Schubert's Unfinished Symphony (= for example, on the same CD) 2 (formal) an act of having sex: illicit couplings 3 (technical) a thing that joins together two parts of sth, two vehicles or two pieces of equipment
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