[ doo-blahn -tahnt ]
/ du blɑ̃ ˈtɑ̃t /
noun, plural dou·bles en·tentes [doo-bluh zahn-tahnt]. /du blə zɑ̃ˈtɑ̃t/. French.
a double meaning; ambiguity.
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There is a property in a double-entente, which its parent will not willingly forego.