[ koo-toor-ee-er, -ee-er; French koo-ty-ryer ]
/ kuˈtʊər i ər, -iˌɛr; French ku tüˈryɛr /
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noun, plural cou·tu·ri·ères [koo-toor-ee-erz, -erz; French koo-ty-ryer]. /kuˈtʊər i ərz, -ˌɛrz; French ku tüˈryɛr/.
a woman who is a couturier.
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Also called cou·tu·ri·ere [koo-toor-ee-er, -ee-er]. /kuˈtʊər i ər, -iˌɛr/.
Origin of couturière
Borrowed into English from French around 1810–20
Words nearby couturière
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