What does double mean?

Definitions for double
ˈdʌb əldou·ble

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word double.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. double, two-base hit, two-bagger, two-baser(noun)

    a base hit on which the batter stops safely at second base

    "he hit a double to deep centerfield"

  2. double, stunt man, stunt woman(noun)

    a stand-in for movie stars to perform dangerous stunts

    "his first job in Hollywood was as a double for Clark Gable"

  3. double, image, look-alike(noun)

    someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)

    "he could be Gingrich's double"; "she's the very image of her mother"

  4. double(noun)

    a quantity that is twice as great as another

    "36 is the double of 18"

  5. doubling, double(adj)

    raising the stakes in a card game by a factor of 2

    "I decided his double was a bluff"

  6. double, dual, twofold, two-fold, treble, threefold, three-fold(adj)

    having more than one decidedly dissimilar aspects or qualities

    "a double (or dual) role for an actor"; "the office of a clergyman is twofold; public preaching and private influence"- R.W.Emerson; "every episode has its double and treble meaning"-Frederick Harrison

  7. double, dual, duple(adj)

    consisting of or involving two parts or components usually in pairs

    "an egg with a double yolk"; "a double (binary) star"; "double doors"; "dual controls for pilot and copilot"; "duple (or double) time consists of two (or a multiple of two) beats to a measure"

  8. double, doubled, twofold, two-fold(adj)

    twice as great or many

    "ate a double portion"; "the dose is doubled"; "a twofold increase"

  9. double(adj)

    used of flowers having more than the usual number of petals in crowded or overlapping arrangements

    "double chrysanthemums have many rows of petals and are usually spherical or hemispherical"

  10. bivalent, double(adj)

    used of homologous chromosomes associated in pairs in synapsis

  11. double(adj)

    large enough for two

    "a double bed"; "a double room"

  12. double, forked(verb)

    having two meanings with intent to deceive

    "a sly double meaning"; "spoke with forked tongue"

  13. double, duplicate(verb)

    increase twofold

    "The population doubled within 50 years"

  14. double(verb)

    hit a two-base hit

  15. double over, double, double up(verb)

    bend over or curl up, usually with laughter or pain

    "He doubled and vomited violently"

  16. double(verb)

    do double duty; serve two purposes or have two functions

    "She doubles as his wife and secretary"

  17. double(verb)

    bridge: make a demand for (a card or suit)

  18. duplicate, reduplicate, double, repeat, replicate(adverb)

    make or do or perform again

    "He could never replicate his brilliant performance of the magic trick"

  19. double(adverb)

    downward and forward

    "he was bent double with pain"

  20. double(adverb)

    two together

    "some people sleep better double"

  21. doubly, double, twice(adverb)

    to double the degree

    "she was doubly rewarded"; "his eyes were double bright"

GCIDE

  1. Double(n.)

    A player or singer who prepares to take the part of another player in his absence; a substitute; -- used especially of a person who resembles an actor and takes the actor's place in scenes requiring special skills; as, a stunt double.

Wiktionary

  1. double(Noun)

    Twice the number, amount, size, etc.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  2. double(Noun)

    A person who resembles and stands in for another person, often for safety purposes

    Saddam Hussein was rumored to have many doubles.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  3. double(Noun)

    A drink with two portions of alcohol

    On second thought, make that a double.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  4. double(Noun)

    A two-base hit

    The catcher hit a double to lead off the ninth.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  5. double(Noun)

    A ghostly apparition of a living person; doppelgänger.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  6. double(Noun)

    A sharp turn, especially a return on one's own tracks.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  7. double(Noun)

    A call that increases certain scoring points if the last preceding bid becomes the contract.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  8. double(Noun)

    A strike in which the object ball is struck so as to make it rebound against the cushion to an opposite pocket.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  9. double(Noun)

    A bet on two horses in different races in which any winnings from the first race are placed on the horse in the later race.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  10. double(Verb)

    To multiply by two

    The company doubled their earnings per share over last quarter.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  11. double(Verb)

    To fold over so as to make two folds

    To make a pleat, double the material at the waist.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  12. double(Verb)

    To get a two-base hit

    The batter doubled into the corner.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  13. double(Verb)

    (sometimes followed by up) To clench (a fist).

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  14. double(Verb)

    (often followed by together or up) To join or couple.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  15. double(Verb)

    To repeat exactly; copy.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  16. double(Verb)

    To play two parts or serve two roles.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  17. double(Verb)

    To turn sharply; following a winding course.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  18. double(Verb)

    To sail around (a headland or other point).

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  19. double(Noun)

    The narrow outermost ring on a dartboard.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  20. double(Noun)

    A hit on this ring.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  21. double(Noun)

    A tile that has the same value (i.e., the same number of pips) in both sides.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  22. double(Noun)

    Short form of double-precision floating-point number.

    The sin() function returns a double.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  23. double(Noun)

    Two competitions, usually one league and one cup, won by the same team in a single season.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  24. double(Noun)

    The feat of scoring twice in one game.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  25. double(Noun)

    A former French coin worth one-sixth of a sou.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  26. double(Noun)

    A copper coin worth one-eighth of a penny.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  27. double(Verb)

    To duplicate (a part) either in unison or at the octave above or below it.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  28. double(Verb)

    To be capable of performing (upon an additional instrument).

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  29. double(Verb)

    To make a call that will double certain scoring points if the preceding bid becomes the contract.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  30. double(Verb)

    To cause (a ball) to rebound from a cushion before entering the pocket.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  31. double(Verb)

    (foll. by for) To act as substitute.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  32. double(Verb)

    To go or march at twice the normal speed.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  33. double(Verb)

    To increase by 100%, to become twice as large in size.

    Our earnings have doubled in the last year.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  34. double(Verb)

    To multiply the strength or effect of by two.

    Sorry, this store does not double coupons.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  35. double(Adverb)

    Twice over; twofold.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  36. double(Adverb)

    Two together; two at a time. (especially in see double)

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  37. double(Adjective)

    Made up of two matching or complementary elements

    The closet has double doors.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  38. double(Adjective)

    Twice the quantity

    Give me a double serving of mashed potatoes.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  39. double(Adjective)

    Of a family relationship, related on both the maternal and paternal sides of a family

    He's my double cousin as my mother's sister married my father's brother.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  40. double(Adjective)

    Designed for two users.

    a double room

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  41. double(Adjective)

    Folded in two; composed of two layers.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  42. double(Adjective)

    Stooping; bent over.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  43. double(Adjective)

    Having two aspects; ambiguous.

    a double meaning

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  44. double(Adjective)

    False, deceitful, or hypocritical.

    a double life

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  45. double(Adjective)

    Of flowers, having more than the normal number of petals.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  46. double(Adjective)

    Of an instrument, sounding an octave lower.

    a double bass

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  47. double(Adjective)

    Of time, twice as fast.

    Etymology: 13th Century. From doble, double, from duplus.

  48. doublé(Noun)

    A compound attack that deceives the opponent's attempted circular parry.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Double(adj)

    twofold; multiplied by two; increased by its equivalent; made twice as large or as much, etc

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  2. Double(adj)

    being in pairs; presenting two of a kind, or two in a set together; coupled

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  3. Double(adj)

    divided into two; acting two parts, one openly and the other secretly; equivocal; deceitful; insincere

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  4. Double(adj)

    having the petals in a flower considerably increased beyond the natural number, usually as the result of cultivation and the expense of the stamens, or stamens and pistils. The white water lily and some other plants have their blossoms naturally double

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  5. Double(adverb)

    twice; doubly

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  6. Double(adj)

    to increase by adding an equal number, quantity, length, value, or the like; multiply by two; to double a sum of money; to double a number, or length

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  7. Double(adj)

    to make of two thicknesses or folds by turning or bending together in the middle; to fold one part upon another part of; as, to double the leaf of a book, and the like; to clinch, as the fist; -- often followed by up; as, to double up a sheet of paper or cloth

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  8. Double(adj)

    to be the double of; to exceed by twofold; to contain or be worth twice as much as

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  9. Double(adj)

    to pass around or by; to march or sail round, so as to reverse the direction of motion

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  10. Double(adj)

    to unite, as ranks or files, so as to form one from each two

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  11. Double(verb)

    to be increased to twice the sum, number, quantity, length, or value; to increase or grow to twice as much

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  12. Double(verb)

    to return upon one's track; to turn and go back over the same ground, or in an opposite direction

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  13. Double(verb)

    to play tricks; to use sleights; to play false

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  14. Double(verb)

    to set up a word or words a second time by mistake; to make a doublet

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  15. Double(noun)

    twice as much; twice the number, sum, quantity, length, value, and the like

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  16. Double(noun)

    among compositors, a doublet (see Doublet, 2.); among pressmen, a sheet that is twice pulled, and blurred

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  17. Double(noun)

    that which is doubled over or together; a doubling; a plait; a fold

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  18. Double(noun)

    a turn or circuit in running to escape pursues; hence, a trick; a shift; an artifice

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  19. Double(noun)

    something precisely equal or counterpart to another; a counterpart. Hence, a wraith

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  20. Double(noun)

    a player or singer who prepares to take the part of another player in his absence; a substitute

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  21. Double(noun)

    double beer; strong beer

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  22. Double(noun)

    a feast in which the antiphon is doubled, hat is, said twice, before and after the Psalms, instead of only half being said, as in simple feasts

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  23. Double(noun)

    a game between two pairs of players; as, a first prize for doubles

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

  24. Double(noun)

    an old term for a variation, as in Bach's Suites

    Etymology: [OE. doblen, dublen, doublen, F. doubler, fr. L. duplare, fr. duplus. See Double, a.]

Freebase

  1. Double

    In baseball, a double is the act of a batter striking the pitched ball and safely reaching second base without being called out by the umpire, without the benefit of a fielder's misplay or another runner being put out on a fielder's choice.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Double

    dub′l, adj. twofold: twice as much: of extra weight, size, or quality: two of a sort together: in pairs: acting two parts, insincere.—adv. Doub′ly. [O. Fr. doble—L. duplusduo, two, and plus, akin to plenus, full.]

  2. Double

    dub′l, v.t. to multiply by two, to be the double of: to fold: to repeat: to clench: to pass round or by.—v.i. to increase to twice the quantity: to turn sharply back on one's course in running.—n. twice as much: a duplicate: an actor's substitute: a quick pace (short for double-quick): one's wraith or apparition: one's exact counterpart: a trick: (eccles.) a feast on which the antiphon is said both before and after the psalms.—adjs. Doub′le-act′ing, applying power in two directions: producing a double result; Dou′ble-banked, having two men at each oar, or having two tiers of oars one above the other, as in ancient galleys; Doub′le-barr′elled, having two barrels.—n. Doub′le-bass, the lowest-toned instrument of violin form.—adjs. Doub′le-bit′ing, cutting on either side; Doub′le-breast′ed, of a coat having two breasts, one to be folded over the other.—ns. Doub′le-charge, to charge with a double measure; Doub′le-deal′er, a deceitful person; Doub′le-deal′ing, duplicity.—adj. Doub′le-decked, having two decks above water-line.—n. Doub′le-deck′er, a double-decked frigate.—adj. Doub′le-dyed, twice dyed: deeply imbued (as a double-dyed villain).—n. Doub′le-ea′gle (U.S.), a gold coin worth $20, or £4, 2s. 2d.: the heraldic representation of an eagle with two heads, as in the arms of Russia and Austria.—adj. Doub′le-edged, having two edges: cutting or working both ways.—ns. Doub′le-end′er, anything having two ends alike: a cross-cut sawing machine, with two adjustable circular saws, for sawing both ends of timber; Doub′le-en′try (book-k.), a method by which two entries are made of each transaction.—adjs. Doub′le-eyed, having a deceitful countenance; Doub′le-faced, hypocritical, false.—ns. Doub′le-fā′cedness; Doub′le-first, at Oxford, a degree with first-class honours in mathematics and classics: one who takes such a degree.—adj. Doub′le-flow′ered, having double flowers, as a plant.—v.t. Doub′le-gild, to gild with double coatings of gold: to gloze over.—n. Doub′le-Glos′ter, Gloucestershire cheese of extra richness.—adjs. Doub′le-hand′ed, having two hands, two-handled; Doub′le-head′ed, having two heads; Doub′le-heart′ed, treacherous; Doub′le-hung, suspended, as a window-sash, so as to move either upward or downward; Doub′le-locked, locked with two locks or bolts: locked by two turns of the key, as in very few locks but many novels; Doub′le-manned, furnished with twice the complement of men; Doub′le-mean′ing, deceitful; Doub′le-mind′ed, undet

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. double

    To unite, as ranks or files, so as to form one. To double upon, to inclose between two fires.

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British National Corpus

  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'double' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2026

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'double' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1038

  3. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'double' in Nouns Frequency: #2490

  4. Verbs Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'double' in Verbs Frequency: #635

  5. Adjectives Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'double' in Adjectives Frequency: #238

How to pronounce double?

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How to say double in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of double in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of double in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of double in a Sentence

  1. Bruce Campbell:

    Alright you Primitive Screwheads, listen up! You see this? This... is my boomstick! The twelve-gauge double-barreled Remington. S-Mart's top of the line. You can find this in the sporting goods department. That's right, this sweet baby was made in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Retails for about a hundred and nine, ninety five. It's got a walnut stock, cobalt blue steel, and a hair trigger. That's right. Shop smart. Shop S-Mart. You got that?

  2. Moulay Hafid Elalamy:

    It will go even farther. We will exceed the 100 billion dirhams only in auto exports by 2020, and it is not excluded that Morocco will attract other car and truck makers in the near future and could double these figures.

  3. Vance McCollom:

    When he arrived, Hader had numbness, weakness, double vision, and his left side was numb.

  4. William Shakespeare, "Macbeth", Act 4 scene 1:

    Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.

  5. Reis Goldberg:

    Second kid suffers. A lot runtier. He was like double my size when I was younger.

Images & Illustrations of double

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Translations for double

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  • مزدوجArabic
  • двойно, двойник, дублирам, сгъвам на две, удвоявам, свивам, контрирам, копирам, сгънат на две, удвоен, кичест, двоен, двуличен, двойнственBulgarian
  • doblar, dobleCatalan, Valencian
  • dvojník, zdvojnásobit, dvojitý, dvojnásobekCzech
  • dwbwl, dwblWelsh
  • dobbeltDanish
  • doubeln, Doppelte, kontrieren, verdoppeln, doppeln, Doppelter, ballen, Double, Doppelgänger, kontra-, doppelt, gefüllt, zweilagig, doppellagig, doppel-German
  • διπλασιάζω, διπλός, διπλάσιοςGreek
  • duobliĝi, duopa, duoblaEsperanto
  • hacer de doble de, doblar, apretar, duplicar la velocidad, torcer, circunnavegar, doble, sosias, emparejar, duplicar, ser doble de, hacer las veces de, doblado, encorvado, bicapaSpanish
  • kerrata, kaksinkertainen määrä, toistaa, kaksinkertaistaa, olla, laskostaa, kaksoisrooli, puristaa, tehdä, liittää, tuplata, äkkikäännös, korvata, kaksoisolento, kiertää, tupla, kaksois-, kerrottu, kaksinkertainen, tupla-Finnish
  • double, doublerFrench
  • dúbail, dúbailt, dúbailteIrish
  • dùbailteScottish Gaelic
  • dobreGalician
  • dooblitManx
  • כפיל, כפילה, הכפיל, כפולHebrew
  • kettősHungarian
  • կրկնապատկելArmenian
  • dupleInterlingua
  • dua kali lipatIndonesian
  • duoplaIdo
  • doppiare, sosia, doppio, doppione, doppiaItalian
  • לְהַכפִּילHebrew
  • ダブルJapanese
  • 더블Korean
  • duplex, binus, geminusLatin
  • dubbelgangster, dubbelganger, dubbeleDutch
  • dobbeltNorwegian
  • sobowtór, podwójny, podwójna, podwójne, podwójniePolish
  • sósia, dobrar, dobro, duplicar, duploPortuguese
  • dubel, dobelRomansh
  • dubla, îndoi, dublu, dublatRomanian
  • удваивать, удвоить, двойник, двойнойRussian
  • dupioSardinian
  • dvojnik, dvojnicaSerbo-Croatian
  • dubbla, dubbel, ersätta, dubbelvika, duplicera, dubbelgångare, runda, fördubbla, dubblera, tvetydig, tvåfaldig, dubbelviktSwedish
  • రెట్టింపుTelugu
  • çiftTurkish

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