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duplex
American English: /ˈd(j)uplɛks/
British English: /ˈdjuːplɛks/

Translation of duplex in Spanish:

adjective

noun

(American English)
  • 1.1duplex (apartment) 1.2duplex (house)
    (casa de dos viviendas adosadas)
    Example sentences
    • The resolution, first reported on Feb.14, would place serious restrictions on the ability of students to live in houses and duplexes.
    • Snowdon residents have been duelling it out by petition concerning Addington House, a drug rehab centre recently transplanted from NDG to a semi-detached duplex at Earnscliffe and Dupuis.
    • Cahaba residents rented from the government until 1947, when the houses and duplexes were sold to individuals at prices ranging from $4,400 to $9,000 each.
    Example sentences
    • The facades suggest that the apartment floor and unit arrangements may be double-height spaces, duplexes, or regular floors carefully hidden behind the cool glass facade.
    • Under the plans the Wheatley would be converted to provide two, two bedroom duplexes and a pair of two bedroom flats.
    • Also available are three-bedroom duplexes on the ground and first floors; these have 105 square metres of accommodation and are selling for €228,000.

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