Definition of point coupé in English:

point coupé

noun

rare
  • Lacework in which sections of the net ground are cut away and then stitched over.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Lady's Book. From French point coupé from point + coupé, past participle of couper to cut.

Pronunciation

point coupé

/pwã kuːˈpeɪ/