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  1. double take

    • noun

      a delayed reaction to something unexpected, immediately after one's first reaction:
    • reflect or consider
    • point a weapon or camera at a target
    • suddenly become frightened or panicked
    • set off on a voyage by ship; embark
    • offer a bet with odds unfavorable to the other bettor
    • support one person or cause against another or others in a dispute, conflict, or contest
    • obtain information and guidance, typically from an expert
    • resemble (a parent or ancestor)
    • (of two or more people) do something alternately or in succession
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