Definition of 'double-take'
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Not an identical one but the kind you do a double take with. The Sun (2007)Fellow walkers always double take when they see him trotting along with the dogs. The Sun (2015)Hundreds of people from around the world have added their favourite snaps and the site is well worth a quick double take. The Sun (2008)She glanced up, did a double take and then realised it was me. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He did a double take and asked me if I could sing. The Sun (2014)
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