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Translation of "twin" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

twin

noun [C]
 
 
/twɪn/
either of two children born to the same mother on the same occasion
雙胞胎之一
My sister has twin sons.
我姐姐有對雙胞胎兒子。
a twin sister
雙胞胎姐妹中的一個
Parents and children
one of two very similar things
兩個極相似的事物之一
The two countries are often regarded as economic twins.
這兩個國家經常被認為經濟情況很相似。
Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
Translations of “twin”
in Arabic تَوْأم…
in Korean 쌍둥이…
in Malaysian kembar…
in French jumeau/-elle, jumeau…
in Turkish ikiz…
in Italian gemello, -a…
in Russian близнец…
in Polish bliźniak…
in Vietnamese con sinh đôi, cái giống nhau…
in Spanish gemelo, copia…
in Portuguese gêmeo, -a…
in Thai แฝด, ความเหมือนกัน…
in German der Zwilling, Zwillings-……
in Catalan bessó, -ona…
in Japanese ふたご(の1人)…
in Indonesian kembar, kembaran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双胞胎之一, 两个极相似的事物之一…
(Definition of twin noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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