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adjective as in two-fold

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The best heated throw blanket offers specialized heating in two zones, also known as dual temperature zones.

“The way deals work is you are not dual agent if all you are doing is getting compensation from the other party,” said Todd Moore, a Pasadena-based attorney whose focuses include real estate.

Its dual-sided design means you can get medium-soft comfort on one side or flip it over and get a firm foundation on the other side.

Now, she hopes to expand Stripe, an American financial services company dual-headquartered in San Francisco and Dublin.

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The head is fully washable, and the blades are dual-cut for increased sharpness and precision.

In short, Maduro is now facing dual crises: One economic, the other of legitimacy.

Its 8-megapixel camera, inclusive of true-tone and dual-LED f/2.2 aperture flashes, features optical image stabilization.

Gurira says she approaches her work with a dual-continent mindset.

Hossein Darakhshan, born in Tehran on January 7, 1975, has dual Canadian-Iranian nationality.

The dual message was that black people were dirty and dangerous.

Leading citizens, cited to appear before the American authorities, persistently declined to take any part in a dual régime.

Married a dozen years ago, for a second time, to the doctor, they seemed still to be at the first months of their dual happiness.

It was doubtless agreed that they should form a dual alliance, absolute and exclusive.

The dual league of emperors appeared to the world stronger and more illustrious than before.

It is necessary in this connexion to understand the dual character of the German Monarchist party since the ending of the war.


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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dual, such as: bifold, binal, binary, coupled, double, and doubleheader.

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