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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Blend of do +‎ up, from Middle English don up (to open). Compare don, doff, dout, dub.

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VerbEdit

dup (third-person singular simple present dups, present participle dupping, simple past and past participle dupped)

  1. to open (a door, gate etc.)
    • c. 1599–1602, Shakespeare, William, Hamlet, Act 4, Scene 5:
      Then up he rose and donned his clothes, / And dupped the chamber door;
    • 1964, Burgess, Anthony, Nothing Like the Sun:
      He had seen, that Maundy Thursday afternoon, dupping their chamber door in all maaaaaaa innocence.

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CzechEdit

EtymologyEdit

Onomatopoeic.

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InterjectionEdit

dup

  1. Interjection describing stamping

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NounEdit

dup

  1. genitive plural of dupa