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twins is twin's Plural Form

twin

US [twɪn]
UK [twɪn]
  • adj.孪生之一的;双胞胎之一的;成对的;成双的
  • v.使结成姊妹城市;使结成友好地区;使(两人或两事物)紧密结合;使耦合
  • n.孪生儿之一;双胞胎之一;一对相像的事物之一
  • Web龙兄鼠弟;蔡卓妍;下一站天后
Plural Form:twins  Past Tense:twinned  Present Participle:twinning  
twins
n.
1.
孪生儿之一;双胞胎之一one of two children born at the same time to the same mother
She's expecting twins.
她怀着双胞胎。
2.
一对相像的事物之一one of two similar things that make a pair
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sth (with sth)
使结成姊妹城市;使结成友好地区to make a close relationship between two towns or areas
Oxford is twinned with Bonn in Germany.
牛津和德国的波恩结成了友好城市。
2.
~ sth (with sth)
使(两人或两事物)紧密结合;使耦合;使相连to join two people or things closely together
The opera twins the themes of love and death.
这出歌剧把爱与死的主题紧密结合在一起。
adj.
1.
孪生之一的;双胞胎之一的used to describe one of a pair of children who are twins
twin boys/girls
孪生男孩╱女孩
a twin brother/sister
孪生兄弟╱姐妹中的一个
2.
成对的;成双的used to describe two things that are used as a pair
a ship with twin propellers
有双螺旋桨的船
3.
双重的;双联的;两个同时发生的used to describe two things that are connected, or present or happening at the same time
The prison service has the twin goals of punishment and rehabilitation.
监狱有惩罚和改造双重目的。