Definition of duplex
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Orthography ID = 1005052
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LEM
duplex, duplicis
PLEC-
adjective (3rd 1-termination)
  1. twofold, double
  2. twice as long, twice as great, double
  3. two, a choice of two
  4. [in poetry] a pair, both
  5. complex, compound
  6. [figuratively] double-tongued, deceitful
Abbreviations
duplex icis (abl. icī; rarely ice, H.), adj. duo + PLEC-, twofold, double: murus, Cs.: vallum, Cs.: rates, in double rows, Cs.: dorsum, consisting of two boards, V.: pannus, doubled, H.: ficus, cloven, H.: amiculum, of two thicknesses, N.: gemmis auroque corona, of twofold material, V.: Latonae genus, the two children, V.

—Twice as long, twice as great, double: stipendium, Cs.: modus: dedecus.

—Two, a choice of two: duas esse vias duplicīsque cursūs: opinio.

—Poet., a pair, both: palmae, V.

—Complex, compound: duplicis iuris Natura, H.

—Fig., double-tongued, deceitful: Ulixes, H.
 
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