Definition of subduple in English:

subduple

adjective

Mathematics
historical
  • Designating a proportion or ratio of one to two; that is equal to half of some given quantity.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Henry Billingsley (d. 1606), merchant and translator. From post-classical Latin subduplus from classical Latin sub- + duplus.

Pronunciation

subduple

/ˌsʌbˈdjuːpl//ˌsʌbˈdʒuːpl/