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double-barrelled

adjective mainly UK ( US double-barreled)
 
 
/ˌdʌblˈbærəld/
GUN A double-barrelled gun has two of the cylindrical parts that bullets come out of.Guns
NAME UK A double-barrelled name is two names joined together.Names and titles
Translations of “double-barrelled”
in Chinese (Traditional) 雙管的…
in Russian двуствольный, двойная фамилия…
in Turkish çift namlulu, çifte, bitişik iki isimli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双管的…
in Polish dwulufowy, dwuczłonowy…
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