Most commonly, it is construed as a plural: The couple were traveling to Texas.To fasten, link, or associate together in a pair or pairs.

Interact in real-time with Thumbkiss, or draw together in Live Sketch.Origin of couple 11751225; (noun) Middle English Anglo-French c(o)uple, Old French cople, cuple Latin cpula a tie, bond (see copula (v.) Middle English couplen Anglo-French co(u)pler, Old French copler, cupler Latin copulre (see copulate ) Related formscoupleable, adjectiveintercouple, adjectivewell-coupled, adjective Can be confusedcouple pair several.

The Biggest Loser: Couples 4, eleventh season of "The Biggest Loser".The Biggest Loser Australia: Couples, fourth season of "The Biggest Loser Australia".British Dictionary definitions for couple couple noun two people who regularly associate with each other or live togetheran engaged couple (functioning as singular or plural) two people considered as a pair, for or as if for dancing, games, etc mainly hunting a pair of collars.