### double

- IPA[ˈdəb(ə)l]

美式

- consisting of two equal, identical, or similar parts or things；having twice the usual size, quantity, or strength
- twice as much or as many
- at or to twice the amount or extent；as two instead of the more usual one
- a thing which is twice as large as usual or is made up of two standard units or things；a
**double**measure of liquor - a number or amount which is twice as large as a contrasting or usual number or amount
- become twice as much or as many；make twice as much or as many of (something)

#### verb:

**double**, 3rd person present:**doubles**, gerund or present participle:**doubling**, past tense:**doubled**, past participle:**doubled**#### noun:

**double**, plural noun:**doubles**

- 釋義
- 片語

### 形容詞

- 1. consisting of two equal, identical, or similar parts or things the
**double**doors 同義詞 反義詞 - ▪ having twice the usual size, quantity, or strength she sipped a
**double**brandy 同義詞 - ▪ designed to be used by two people a
**double**bed - ▪ having two different roles or interpretations, especially in order to deceive or confuse the
**double**life of a freelance secret agent 同義詞 反義詞 - ▪ (of a letter or number) occurring twice in succession “otter” is spelled with a
**double**t - ▪ (of a flower) having more than one circle of petals large
**double**blooms - ▪ (of a domino) having the same number of dots on each half.
- 2. lower in pitch by an octave.

### pred

- 1. twice as much or as many the jail now houses almost
**double**the number of prisoners it was designed for I'll pay**double**what I paid last time

### 副詞

- 1. at or to twice the amount or extent you have to be careful, and this counts
**double**for older people - ▪ as two instead of the more usual one she thought she was seeing
**double**

### 名詞

- 1. a thing which is twice as large as usual or is made up of two standard units or things join the two sleeping bags together to make a
**double** - ▪ a
**double**measure of liquor “Two whiskies, and make it**double**s please” - ▪ a hit that allows the batter to reach second base safely Sabo came home on a
**double**by O'Neill - ▪ a type of bet in which two selections are made, with any winnings from the first being transferred to the second.
- ▪ a call that will increase the points won if the declarer is successful, or increase the penalty points won by the defenders if the declarer fails to make the contract.
- ▪ a hit on the narrow ring enclosed by the two outer circles of a dartboard, scoring
**double**you must finish the game on a**double** - 2. a person who looks exactly like another you could pass yourself off as his
**double**同義詞 - ▪ a person who stands in for an actor in a film. 同義詞
- ▪ an apparition of a living person she had seen her husband's
**double**同義詞 - 3. (especially in tennis and badminton) a game or competition involving sides made up of two players the semifinals of the doubles

### 代名詞

- 1. a number or amount which is twice as large as a contrasting or usual number or amount he paid
**double**and had a room all to himself

### 動詞

- 1. become twice as much or as many profits doubled in one year 同義詞
- ▪ make twice as much or as many of (something) Clare doubled her income overnight
- ▪ archaic amount to twice as much as thy fifty yet doth
**double**five and twenty - ▪ (of a member of the armed forces) move at twice the usual speed; run I doubled across the deck to join the others
- ▪ (of a batter) get a two-base hit Strawberry doubled with two outs
- ▪ make a call increasing the value of the penalty points to be scored on an opponent's bid if it wins the auction and is not fulfilled it may be right for East to
**double**West's failure to**double**4♥ - 2. fold or bend (paper, cloth, or other material) over on itself the muslin is doubled and then laid in a sieve over the bowl 同義詞
- ▪ clench (a fist) he had one arm around her and the other fist doubled
- ▪ sail around (a headland) we struck out seaward to
**double**the headland of the cape - 3. be used in or play another, different role a laser printer doubles as a photocopier 同義詞
- ▪ (of an actor) play (two parts) in the same piece.
- ▪ play two or more musical instruments.
- ▪ add the same note in a higher or lower octave to (a note).