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  1. double takenoun

    a delayed reaction indicating surprise

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  1. double takenoun

    A take, commonly used as a comical reaction to a surprising sight, in which someone casually sees something, briefly stops looking at it, realizes what it is, and snaps attention back to it with an expression of surprise or disbelief.

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  1. Double Take

    Double Take is a 2001 comedy film starring Eddie Griffin and Orlando Jones. Double Take was inspired by the 1957 drama Across the Bridge, which was in turn based on a short story by Graham Greene; the supporting cast includes Edward Herrmann, Gary Grubbs, Garcelle Beauvais, and Daniel Roebuck.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of double take in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of double take in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of double take in a Sentence

  1. Jason Redman:

    Facial injuries are the worst because as humans, we speak to each other by looking at each others faces, anytime you have a facial disfigurement it causes people to do a double-take.

  2. Jolie Bernal and Maliny Soukkhassem:

    I kind of had to do a double-take because I actually could n’t believe there was a burglar in my car.

  3. Joseph Conigliaro:

    A month ago when we were approached with the idea to start up the trial, I really did a double take.

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