Definition A couple of

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Definition

a couple of (days): two or three (days)
adjective
I've been to Paris a couple of times. I went in 1998 and again in 2003.

a (gay) couple: two (gay) people in a relationship
noun

Examples

  • "I've added a couple of notes of my own (in red)."
  • "Warbuckle : Well well well, Philip, look at the two of us: a couple of sad and lonely workaholics stuck at the office on New Year's Eve!"
  • "- There's a couple of numbers missing from your social security."
  • "I had sex a couple of days ago."
  • "Rupert : The pirates are demanding a ransom of $2 million for the safe return of the hostages, believed to be a couple in their thirties."
  • "Follow me, young man, there's a couple of spare seats in first-class."
  • "They are a typical Australian couple, and they are going to welcome us in their typical Australian home."
  • "Daydream, I fell asleep amid the flowers, for a couple of hours."
  • "We've got a couple of dead ones!"
  • "Bruno : Hi, I'm in town on business for a couple of days and I was wondering if you could give me some recommendations."

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