|(Biology) cell containing a double set of chromosomes arranged in homologous pairs within its nucleus (most cells in the body are diploids except gametes), with two matched chromosome sets||diploid|
|2 horses harnessed together, 2 mating animals, 2 opposing members making a voting agreement, 2 people together, 2 playing cards, 2 similar things used together, agreement to form a pair, couple, couple; be part one of a match; mate; form pairs, electro...||pair|
|act of putting in pairs; coupling; mating||pairing|
|any of a number of crustaceans having five pairs of walking legs; grouch, bad-tempered person||crab|
|arachnoid, arthropod characterized by four pairs of legs and the absence of wings and antennae (belongs to the class that includes scorpions, ticks, and spiders), eight-legged organism||arachnid|
|balanced, even, proportional, having parts corresponding to one another relative to the whole, identical on both sides, exhibiting symmetry, on opposite sides, symmetric, with interchangeable terms, with particular pairs of points, with symmetrical mol...||symmetrical|
|bearing two offspring at each birth (of animals), bearing young in pairs, producing two branches||biparous|
|bird with two pairs of toes, having two toes in front and two toes in back on each foot (especially pertaining to birds), type of bird having two toes in front and two toes in back on each foot||zygodactyl|
|bridgework, build bridge across obstacle, card game for pairs of players, connecting passage, create understanding between people, cue rest with high end, hand used as rest, link or means of approach, part of electrical circuit, part of eyeglasses, par...||bridge|
|class of insects comprised of very small animals having segmented bodies and three pairs of legs (Zoology)||Insecta|
|competition between two pairs (Sports); group of four persons, quartet, two couples, consisting of four persons, requiring four persons (i.e. a game), golf game with partners, group of 4 people||foursome|
|consisting of no pairs, not belonging to pair, without a partner, not in a couple||unpaired|
|contemptible person, member of a group of very small invertebrate animals having segmented bodies and three pairs of legs, bug; very small animal which resembles an insect (i.e. spider); unimportant person, small six-legged animal, something like an in...||insect|
|curved disc shaped percussion instrument made of brass (often used in pairs)||cymbal|
|curved disc-shaped percussion instrument made of brass (often used in pairs), also cymbal||cymbalo|
|DNA, nucleic acid molecule composed of millions of bonded pairs nucleotides formed into a twisted double helix, molecule which carries the genetic information of an organism or virus||deoxyribonucleic acid|
|double, geminate, geminated, in pairs, part of the Talmud that contains commentary on the Mishnah, part of the Oral Law of the Jewish religion, second part of Talmud//geminate||Gemara|
|double; arrange in pairs, paired; doubled||geminate|
|duplication, doubling; grouping in pairs||gemination|
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