英 [djuː'plɪsɪtɪ; djʊ-]
- duplicity (n.)
- early 15c., from Old French duplicite (13c.), from Late Latin duplicitatem (nominative duplicitas) "doubleness," in Medieval Latin "ambiguity," noun of quality from duplex (genitive duplicis) "twofold." The notion is of being "double" in one's conduct (compare Greek diploos "treacherous, double-minded," literally "twofold, double").
- 1. Malcolm believed he was guilty of duplicity in his private dealings.
- 2. Mercy, how he turned at the man's shameless duplicity.
- 老天啊, 这个家伙的无耻的欺骗行为,实在让人恶心.
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- 3. His duplicity caused us to distrust him.
- 4. Some catalogs provide data on motions , variability, duplicity, etc.
- 有的星表还提供了运动, 是否变光以及双星 、 聚星等等的资料.
- 5. We detest with horror the duplicity and villainy of the murderous hyenas of Bukharinite wreckers.
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