Convince your mistress living in the duplex on South Beach to leave the shades pulled—and to limit the bling.
Now it is still warm, close to eighty degrees, as Oswald walks quickly away from the duplex.
The duplex Drive (called DD) was one: an amphibious conversion which could be fitted to a normal Sherman tank.
1817, "composed of two parts," from Latin duplex, from duo "two" (see two) + -plex, from Greek plax (genitive plakos) "flat surface." The noun sense of "house for two families; two-story apartment" is American English, 1922.