Definición de doublet in Inglés doubletPronunciación: /ˈdʌblɪt/ noun 1a pair of similar things, in particular two words of the same derivation but having different meanings, for example fashion and faction, cloak and clock. (doublets) the same number on two dice thrown at once. Physics & Chemistry a pair of associated lines close together in a spectrum or electrophoretic gel. a combination of two simple lenses. 2a man’s short close-fitting padded jacket, commonly worn from the 14th to the 17th century: they were wearing red velvet doublets and hoseOrigin: Middle English: from Old French, 'something folded', also denoting a fur-lined coat, from double 'double'doublet en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de doublet en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.