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dual

adjective /ˈdjuəl/
double; twofold; made up of two
doble
a gadget with a dual purpose The driving instructor’s car has dual controls.
dual carriageway noun (British ) a road divided by a central strip of land etc with each side used by traffic moving in one direction.
carretera de doble calzada
Translations of “dual”
in Korean 두개의…
in Arabic مُزدَوَج…
in Portuguese duplo…
in French double…
in German doppelt…
in Japanese 2つの部分から成る…
in Italian duplice, doppio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兩部分的, 二元的, 雙重的…
in Russian двойной…
in Turkish ikili, çift amaçlı, çift…
in Chinese (Simplified) 两部分的, 二元的, 双重的…
in Polish podwójny…
(Definition of dual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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