couta


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couta

(ˈkuːtə)
n
(Nautical Terms) Austral a type of traditional wooden sailing boat, originally used for fishing. Also called: couta boat
[C20: from barracouta]
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Interroge sur cette delation qui couta la vie a l'un des defenseurs universels de la cause juste des demunis de la planete, le pauvre patre signifiait tout froidement que le guerillero effrayait son troupeau de moutons quand il cherchait refuge dans les cavernes.
Mayoral Grajeda, Evaluacion del Beneficio en Seguridad Vial al Modificar una Carretera de Couta de Dos Carriles a Una Configuration 2 + 1 con Barrera Central de Cables, Publicacion Tecnica 465, Instituto Mexicano del Transports, Sanfandila, Queretaro, Mexico, 2016.
The cast includes Kostas Kazakas, Marios Stylianou and Savvas Menoikou, with original music by George Kolias and set and costume design by Melita Couta.
On the shallower reefs Dean caught a nice little couta and I landed a 12kg BlueFin Trevally.
(Reavaliacao positiva da situacao) ( )Desde o anuncio da data de apresentacao o estresse toma couta de voce.
Despite producing some of the most talented players such as Eusebio, Luis Figo, Ricardo Carvalho, Vitor Baia, Fernando Couta, Rui Costa, Pauleta, Deco and Ronaldo, Portugal are yet to live to their potential and hype and win a major trophy in football so far.
His marriage to Couta (for "barracuda") Ho adds an Asian dimension to the mix, and their daughter would have stood for a truly open and egalitarian future - had she lived.