doubleton


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dou·ble·ton

 (dŭb′əl-tən)
n.
A pair of cards that are the only ones of their suit in a hand dealt to a player.

doubleton

(ˈdʌbəltən)
n
(Bridge) bridge an original holding of two cards only in a suit

dou•ble•ton

(ˈdʌb əl tən)

n.
(esp. in bridge) a set of only two cards of the same suit in a dealt hand.
[1905–10; modeled on singleton]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.doubleton - (bridge) a pair of playing cards that are the only cards in their suit in the hand dealt to a player
bridge - any of various card games based on whist for four players
couplet, distich, duad, duet, duo, dyad, twain, twosome, brace, pair, span, yoke, couple - two items of the same kind
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doubleton

[ˈdʌbltən] Ndubletón m
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