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Definition of Dual

Dual

  1. Expressing, or consisting of, the number two; belonging to two; as, the dual number of nouns, etc. , in Greek.

Dual Quotations

So many people in this country have a dual loyalty. They have loyalty to America, but they also are determined to have their parade up Fifth Avenue once a year... a Cuban parade or a Puerto Rican parade - many other countries. So they really don't forget.
Tom Wolfe

I always saw two sides of life. I saw the dudes who would be the gangsta, big-time guys on the block, but would also be dedicated fathers. It was kind of weird to see that dual story that everybody has.
Lupe Fiasco

I have dual citizenship; it just so happens I live in America. I would like to go back to Wales. I'm obsessed with my childhood, and at least three times a week dream I am back there.
Anthony Hopkins

I have dual citizenship, it just so happens I live in America.
Anthony Hopkins

We believe, in fact, that the one act of respect has little force unless matched by the other - in balance with it... The acting out of that dual respect I would name as precisely the source of our power.
Barbara Deming
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Dual Translations

dual in Danish is dobbelt
dual in Dutch is tweeledig, duplex, dubbel, tweevoudig
dual in French is double
dual in German is doppel, doppelt, zweifach, zweifach
dual in Norwegian is dobbel
dual in Portuguese is duplo
dual in Spanish is dual, doble