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double up

phrasal verb with double uk   us   /ˈdʌb.l̩/ verb [I or T]
to share something, especially a room, with someone else: Terry will have to double up with Bill in the front bedroom. to receive or use two of something: Matt Damon doubled up, winning two Oscars that night.
Translations of “double up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 與他人共用(尤指房間)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 与他人共享(尤指房间)…
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