double-barrelled name Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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double-barrelled namenoun [C]

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a family name with two joined parts, such as Harvey-Jones
Translations of “double-barrelled name”
in Korean 이중으로 된 성…
in Arabic اسم عائلة مُركَب…
in Portuguese sobrenome composto…
in Catalan cognom compost…
in Japanese 二重姓(2つの姓が-でつながっているもの)…
in Italian doppio cognome…
in Chinese (Traditional) 複姓…
in Chinese (Simplified) 复姓…
(Definition of double-barrelled name from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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