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Adjective
Consisting of two equal, identical, or similar parts or things
“She possesses a keen insight into human nature and a double dose of empathy.”
Adjective
Having twice the usual size, quantity, or strength
“A3 paper is double the size of A4, which is double the size of A5, etc.”
Adjective
Not being or expressing what one appears to be or express
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“At whose school have they learned to assent to inconsistencies, to speak with a double tongue and lips of flattery?”
Adjective
Having two different roles or interpretations, especially in order to deceive or confuse
“This distinction, though obvious, is concealed in economic theory by the double meaning of wealth.”
Adjective
(the same) Not differing in any way, shape or form
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Adjective
Related to each other in such a way that one completes the other
Adjective
Being a second choice
Adverb
At or to twice the amount or extent
“This goes double for similar criticism of policies, if the criticism is routed through proper channels.”
Noun
A person or thing that looks exactly like another
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“Bethany had played Tatiana's double in the mirror in the second scene of Onegin.”
Noun
A person who stands in for someone else, especially as an actor
“They had a plan for Trey to be a stunt double in films, while Pixie would be that actor who does all of his own stunts.”
Noun
A group of two objects or people
“In psychodramatic singing, besides singing as a double I also take on (sing) roles from the client's story as it unfolds in the improvisation.”
Noun
Ghost
Noun
An abrupt turn to face the opposite direction
Noun
Person who does stunts for an actor
Noun
Baseball hit allowing batter to get to second base
Noun
Fold
Noun
A person frequently seen in the company of another
Noun
Someone who copies the behaviour or actions of another
Verb
To increase in amount, value or degree, especially by two
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“She predicted that her sales would double, or perhaps treble, over the next two or three years.”
Verb
To serve, or be used in, a secondary purpose
“Today, I have three PCs humming away in different rooms all over the house, and all three double nicely as TVs.”
Verb
To lay one part over or against another part of
Double the cloth according to the dotted lines, and cut the fore-part out as shown by the plate.”
Verb
To take over the responsibilities of
“A recurrent theme is the unwilling servant Sganarelle who is coerced to double for his boss or pretend he's someone else.”
Verb
(intransitive) To become larger in size or degree
Verb
To come, go, or move somewhere rapidly or in a forceful way
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Retrace one's step
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Look or be like
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Take somebody's place
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To get free from a dangerous or confining situation
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To do or say again (and again)
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To evade or escape from someone or something, especially by using cunning or skill
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To turn away from a straight line or course
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Verb
To correspond to
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