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double dummy

Syllabification: dou·ble dum·my

Definition of double dummy in English:

noun

Bridge
A way of playing with two hands exposed, allowing every card to be located, for instructional purposes.
Example sentences
  • Using an original and brilliant double dummy move, Little was able to score.
  • Last newsletter you were asked to analyse the following two hands on a double dummy basis.

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