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Translation of "double" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

double

adverb     /ˈdʌb.l̩/
in two parts or layers 雙份地;雙層地 Fold the blanket double (= so that it is in two layers) and then you won't be cold. 把毯子疊成兩層,這樣你就不會冷了。 They were bent double (= Their heads and shoulders were bent far forward and down) from decades of labour in the fields. 由於長年在田裡勞作,他們的腰都給累彎了。 Single, double and multiple
see double US
to have a problem with your eyes so that you see two of everything, usually because you are drunk or ill (通常指因醉酒或疾病導致視力)出現重影 I started seeing double, then I fainted. 我的眼前開始出現重影,然後就暈了過去。 Eyesight, glasses and lensesUsing the eyesThe eye and surrounding areaOptics, microscopy and lasers
Translations of “double”
in Vietnamese thành hai…
in Spanish en dos…
in Thai พับสองทบ…
in Malaysian jadi dua…
in French en deux…
in German doppelt…
in Indonesian jadi dua…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双份地, 双层地…
(Definition of double adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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