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duplex

noun [C] uk   /ˈdjuː.pleks/ us    /ˈduː-/ ( also duplex apartment)

duplex noun [C] (ROOMS)

a set of rooms for living in that are on two floors of a building

duplex noun [C] (TWO HOUSES)

Australian English a pair of small houses on a single floor that are joined together
Translations of “duplex”
in Spanish Duplex…
in Chinese (Traditional) 房間, 複式房屋,躍層套房,樓中樓…
in Chinese (Simplified) 房间, 复式房屋,跃层套房…
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