1. (furniture) 
a. el sofá (M) 
I was sitting on the couch, watching television.Estaba sentada en el sofá viendo televisión.
b. el diván (M) (psychoanalyst's) 
A psychoanalyst's office usually has a couch.El consultorio de un psicoanalista suele tener un diván.
transitive verb
2. (to communicate) 
a. expresar 
He couched his criticism in delicate terms so as to not hurt anyone's feelings.Expresó sus críticas en términos delicados para no ofender a nadie.
1. (general) 
a. el sofá (M) 
2. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
to be on the couchestar yendo al psicoanalista
3. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
couch potatopersona que se pasa el día apoltronada viendo la tele
transitive verb
4. (express) 
a. expresar, formular 
couch [kaʊtʃ]
sofá (m); (Med) (in doctor's surgery) camilla (f); (psychiatrist's) diván (m)
to be on the couch especially (US) ir al psicoanalista
transitive verb
couched in jargon redactado en jerigonza
couch grass (n) hierba (f) rastrera
couch potato (n) teleadictoateleadicta (m) (f);a teleadicta persona que se apalanca en el sofá
Phrases with "couch"
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couch potato
el mueble, el teleadicto
on the couch
en el sofá
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