We have listed below the Type of car whose name comes from the French word for cut crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on January 4 2023 in the New York Times crossword puzzle.
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Type of car whose name comes from the French word for cut NYT crossword answer is:
- Length: 5 letters
- Meaning: Coupe is a type of car that is typically two-door and has a sloping rear roofline and a shorter wheelbase than a sedan. The term comes from the French word 'couper', which means to cut. This type of car is designed to be sporty and give a feeling of speed and style.
- Other possible solutions: SEDAN (43%), HATCH (32%), CABRIO (27%), SALOON (13%), BEETLE (9%)
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