an officer (in the armed forces, police, etc) on duty at a particular time
[doo-uhm-ver, dyoo-] /duˈʌm vər, dyu-/ noun, plural duumvirs, duumviri [doo-uhm-vuh-rahy] /duˈʌm vəˌraɪ/ (Show IPA). Roman History. 1. one of two officers or magistrates jointly exercising the same public function. /djuːˈʌmvə/ noun (pl) -virs, -viri (-vɪˌriː) 1. (Roman history) one of two coequal magistrates or officers 2. either of two men who exercise a joint authority
[doo-uhm-ver-it, dyoo-] /duˈʌm vər ɪt, dyu-/ noun 1. a coalition of two persons holding the same office, as in ancient Rome. 2. the office or government of two such persons. /djuːˈʌmvɪrɪt/ noun 1. the office of or government by duumvirs
[dy-vuh] /ˈdü və/ noun 1. Christian René de [krees-tyahn ruh-ney duh] /krisˈtyɑ̃ rəˈneɪ də/ (Show IPA), 1917–2013, Belgian biologist, born in England: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1974. Duve Du·ve (dōō’və, dü’-), Christian Marie René Joseph de. Born 1917. British-born Belgian physiologist. He shared a 1974 Nobel Prize for contributions to the understanding of the components […]
[doo-vuh-nek] /ˈdu vəˌnɛk/ noun 1. Frank (Frank Decker) 1848–1919, U.S. painter and teacher.