Dual vs Dualize - What's the difference?

dual | dualize |

As a noun dual

is dual.

As a verb dualize is

(sciences) to make dual.

Dual vs Adjunction - What's the difference?

dual | adjunction |

As nouns the difference between dual and adjunction

is that dual is dual while adjunction is the act of joining; the thing joined or added.

Dual vs Dually - What's the difference?

dual | dually |

As an adjective dual

is exhibiting duality; characterized by having two (usually equivalent) components.

As a noun dual

is of an item that is one of a pair, the other item in the pair.

As an adverb dually is

in a dual manner; doubly.

Dual vs Dtmf - What's the difference?

dual | dtmf | abbreviation |

Dual is an abbreviation of dtmf.

As a noun dual

is dual.

As an abbreviation dtmf is

dual-tone multi-frequency.

Dual vs Duoplural - What's the difference?

dual | duoplural | see also |

Dual is a see also of duoplural.

As nouns the difference between dual and duoplural

is that dual is dual while duoplural is (linguistics|grammar) duoplural number; the grammatical number of a noun marking two or more of something (as in singular or duoplural) some languages that employ the duoplural are navajo and taos, where the verb shows singular, dual, and plural numbers, but the nouns are marked only as singular or nonsingular (duoplural).

As an adjective duoplural is

(grammar) pertaining to grammatical number (as in singular and plural), referring to two or more of something; nonsingular.