couper

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From Old French coper (to cut off), from Vulgar Latin *cuppare (to behead), from Latin caput (head).

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couper

  1. to cut, cut up, to chop
  2. to cut off, to keep out
  3. to dilute (with water)
  4. (reflexive, se couper, of leather) to crack

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