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twin

noun [C] uk   /twɪn/ us  
B1 either of two children born to the same mother on the same occasion: My sister has twin sons. a twin sister one of two very similar things: The two countries are often regarded as economic twins.
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twin

adjective [before noun] uk   /twɪn/ us  
used to describe two similar things that are a pair: twin towers a car with twin exhausts existing at the same time: his twin obsessions - women and cars

twin

verb uk   /twɪn/ UK us  
be twinned with If a town in one country is twinned with a town in another country, the two towns have a special relationship: Cambridge is twinned with Heidelberg.
Traducciones de “twin”
en coreano 쌍둥이…
en árabe تَوْأم…
en francés jumeau/-elle, jumeau…
en turco ikiz…
en italiano gemello, -a…
en chino (tradicionál) 雙胞胎之一, 兩個極相似的事物之一…
en ruso близнец…
en polaco bliźniak…
en español gemelo, copia…
en portugués gêmeo, -a…
en alemán der Zwilling, Zwillings-……
en catalán bessó, -ona…
en japonés ふたご(の1人)…
en chino (simplificado) 双胞胎之一, 两个极相似的事物之一…
(Definition of twin from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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