Word: double

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Related words: double

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Synonyms: double

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: double

spanish
doble, reduplicar, duplicar


german
doppelt, doppelgänger, zweifach, verdoppeln, zwiefach, ...

french
doublons, cascadeur, doublez, redoubler, arrondir, ...

italian
doppio, duplice, duplicare, sosia, doppione

portuguese
pontilhar, dobro, dúplice, ponto, duplo

dutch
tweeledig, tweevoudig, duplex, dubbel, duplicaat

russian
махровый, сдвоенный, двойной, двойник, раздвоенный, ...

norwegian
dobbel

swedish
tvåfaldig, dubbel, fördubbla

finnish
tupla

danish
dobbelt

czech
čtyřhra, zdvojnásobit, dvojitý, duplikát, zdvojený, ...

polish
dublować, powiększać, kontrować, deblowy, dwójnasób, ...

hungarian
kettesben, kétszeresen, kétszeres, duplikátum, iker

turkish
çift

greek
διπλασιάζω, σωσίας, διπλός

ukrainian
дупель, подвоювати, петля, подвоїти, двійчастий

albanian
dyfish

croatian
dvostruko, dvostruki, dupli, dvostruk, duplikat

icelandic
tvöfalda

latin
geminus, duplex

lithuanian
dvigubas

latvian
dubults

romanian
dublu, dubla

slovak
dvojitý

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The meaning and "use of": double

adjective
  • consisting of two equal, identical, or similar parts or things.
  • lower in pitch by an octave.

adverb
  • at or to twice the amount or extent.

noun
  • a thing that is twice as large as usual or is made up of two standard units or things.
  • a person who looks exactly like another.
  • (especially in tennis and badminton) a game or competition involving sides made up of two players.

verb
  • become twice as much or as many.
  • fold or bend (paper, cloth, or other material) over on itself.
  • (of a person or thing) be used in or play another, different role.

article
  • twice as much or as many.

pronoun
  • a number or amount that is twice as large as a contrasting or usual number or amount.

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