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  1. twin

    • IPA[twɪn]

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    • n.
      one of two children or animals born at the same birth;a person or thing that is exactly like another
    • adj.
      forming, or being one of, a pair born at one birth;forming a matching, complementary, or closely connected pair
    • v.
      link (a town or district) with another in a different country or cause (two towns or districts) to be linked, for the purposes of friendship and cultural exchange;link; combine
    • noun: twin, plural noun: twins

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    • 1. British link (a town or district) with another in a different country or cause (two towns or districts) to be linked, for the purposes of friendship and cultural exchange the Russian city of Kostroma is twinned with Durham
    • British link; combine the company twinned its core business of brewing with that of distilling