[dwe-raw] /ˈdwɛ rɔ/
Spanish name of .
the Spanish name for the Douro
[doo, dyoo] /du, dyu/ adjective 1. owed at present; having reached the date for payment: This bill is due. 2. owing or owed, irrespective of whether the time of payment has arrived: This bill is due next month. 3. owing or observed as a moral or natural right. 4. rightful; proper; fitting: due care; in […]
[dooz-pey-ing, dyooz-] /ˈduzˌpeɪ ɪŋ, ˈdyuz-/ adjective 1. gaining experience, especially by hard and often unpleasant or uncongenial work: He spent his dues-paying years as a cocktail pianist. noun 2. the act or process of gaining experience, especially slowly and laboriously: She had many years of dues-paying before her abilities were recognized.
[doo-et, dyoo-] /duˈɛt, dyu-/ noun 1. a musical composition for two voices or instruments. /djuːˈɛt/ noun 1. Also called (esp for instrumental compositions) duo. a musical composition for two performers or voices 2. an action or activity performed by a pair of closely connected individuals verb duets, duetting, duetted 3. (intransitive) to perform a duet […]
[doo-et-ing, dyoo-] /duˈɛt ɪŋ, dyu-/ noun, Animal Behavior. 1. turn-taking by two birds in the execution of a song pattern.