[doo-uh-list, dyoo-] /ˈdu ə lɪst, ˈdyu-/
a person who participates in a .
1590s, from duel + -ist.
[doo-uh l, dyoo-] /ˈdu əl, ˈdyu-/ noun 1. a prearranged combat between two persons, fought with deadly weapons according to an accepted code of procedure, especially to settle a private quarrel. 2. any contest between two persons or parties. verb (used with or without object), dueled, dueling or (especially British) duelled, duelling. 3. to fight […]
[doo-uh-list, dyoo-] /ˈdu ə lɪst, ˈdyu-/ noun 1. a person who participates in a . n. 1590s, from duel + -ist.
[doo-el-oh, dyoo-; Italian doo-el-law] /duˈɛl oʊ, dyu-; Italian duˈɛl lɔ/ noun 1. the practice or art of . 2. the code of rules regulating . /djuːˈɛləʊ/ noun (pl) -los 1. the art of duelling 2. the code of rules for duelling
[dwen-de; English doo-en-dey] /ˈdwɛn dɛ; English duˈɛn deɪ/ noun, plural duendes [dwen-des; English doo-en-deyz] /ˈdwɛn dɛs; English duˈɛn deɪz/ (Show IPA), for 1. Spanish. 1. a goblin; demon; spirit. 2. charm; magnetism. /duːˈɛndeɪ/ noun 1. inspiration or passion, esp associated with flamenco