Definition of take-out double in English:

take-out double

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noun

Bridge
A double which, by convention, requires one’s partner to bid, used to convey information rather than to score penalty points. Often contrasted with business double.
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  • A take-out double has no upper limit of strength and may be the first move on a really big hand.
  • The effort to separate penalty doubles from take-out doubles has become more difficult in recent years, as experts have developed special agreements about some low-level situations.
  • It's a take-out double by the defense after your partner has bid.

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