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Duo vs. Dyad

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  • Duo (noun)

    Two people who work or collaborate together as partners; especially, those who perform music together.

  • Duo (noun)

    Any pair of two people.

  • Duo (noun)

    Any cocktail consisting of a spirit and a liqueur.

  • Duo (noun)

    A song in two parts; a duet.

  • Dyad (noun)

    A set of two elements treated as one; a pair.

    "couple|duad|Thesaurus:duo"

  • Dyad (noun)

    Any set of two different pitch classes.

  • Dyad (noun)

    A pair of things standing in particular relation; dyadic relation.

  • Dyad (noun)

    An element, atom, or radical having a valence or combining power of two.

  • Dyad (noun)

    A secondary unit of organisation consisting of an aggregate of monads.

  • Dyad (noun)

    A tensor of order two and rank one.

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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Duo (noun)

    A composition for two performers; a duet.

  • Dyad (noun)

    Two units treated as one; a couple; a pair.

  • Dyad (noun)

    An element, atom, or radical having a valence or combining power of two.

  • Dyad (adjective)

    Having a valence or combining power of two; capable of being substituted for, combined with, or replaced by, two atoms of hydrogen; as, oxygen and calcium are dyad elements. See Valence.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Duo (noun)

    two items of the same kind

  • Duo (noun)

    two performers or singers who perform together

  • Duo (noun)

    a pair who associate with one another;

    "the engaged couple"

    "an inseparable twosome"

  • Duo (noun)

    a musical composition for two performers

  • Dyad (noun)

    two items of the same kind

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