dual

dual
['djuːəl] [AE 'duːəl]
aggettivo doppio, duplice
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['djuəl]
adjective
(double; twofold; made up of two: a gadget with a dual purpose; The driving instructor's car has dual controls.) doppio
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['djʊəl]
1. adj
doppio (-a), duplice

dual controls — doppi comandi mpl

dual nationality — doppia nazionalità

2. n
Gram duale m, Geom duale f
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dual /ˈdju:əl, USA ˈdu:əl/
A a. attr.
1 duplice; doppio: The cells have a dual function, le cellule hanno una funzione duplice; a dual pack, una confezione doppia; (autom., aeron.) dual control, doppio comando
2 (mat.) duale
B n.
(ling., mat.) duale
● (telef.) dual band, doppia banda □ (comput.) dual boot, avvio doppio □ (autom., mecc.) dual brake circuits, doppio circuito frenante □ (autom.) dual carriageway, strada a doppia carreggiata (con spartitraffico) □ dual citizenship, doppia cittadinanza □ (tecn.) dual-control, (agg.) a doppi comandi; (sost.) auto a doppi comandi: dual-control car [plane], automobile [aereo] a doppi comandi □ (aeron.) dual-control pilot trainer, istruttore di volo su un aereo a doppi comandi □ dual-fuel, per fornitura di elettricità e gas dallo stesso operatore; (autom.) con motore Flex: dual-fuel tariffs, tariffe per doppia fornitura (di elettricità e gas); a dual fuel car, un'auto con motore Flex □ (Borsa) dual listing, duplice quotazione (in due diverse Borse valori) □ (in GB) dual mandate members, deputati che hanno un seggio a Westminster e un altro a Edinburgo (o nel Galles, ecc.) □ (leg.) dual nationality, doppia nazionalità □ (comput.) dual operation, funzionamento in parallelo □ (market.) dual pricing, duplice prezzatura (vendita di uno stesso bene a prezzi diversi in diversi mercati) □ (econ., mat.) dual problem, problema duale □ (tecn.) dual-purpose, a doppia funzione; bivalente: (mil.) a dual-purpose gun, un cannone bivalente □ dual seat, sella biposto (di una moto) □ (aeron.) dual-thrust motor, motore a spinta duale □ (Borsa) dual trading, dual trading □ (USA) dual-use, con applicazioni civili e militari, «dual use»: dual-use technology [goods], tecnologia [beni] a duplice uso (o «dual use»).
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['djuːəl] [AE 'duːəl]
aggettivo doppio, duplice

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