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twin

noun /twin/
one of two children or animals born of the same mother at the same time
gemelo
She gave birth to twins ( also adjective) They have twin daughters.
one of two similar or identical things
copia
Her dress is the exact twin of mine.
Translations of “twin”
in Korean 쌍둥이…
in Arabic تَوْأم…
in French jumeau/-elle, jumeau…
in Italian gemello, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雙胞胎之一, 兩個極相似的事物之一…
in Russian близнец…
in Turkish ikiz…
in Polish bliźniak…
in Portuguese gêmeo, -a…
in German der Zwilling, Zwillings-……
in Catalan bessó, -ona…
in Japanese ふたご(の1人)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 双胞胎之一, 两个极相似的事物之一…
(Definition of twin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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