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    double-gengar

    Dear teachers...

    I came across this expression that I may have misheard:

    You are the double-gengar.

    By the context, it is related to the appearance of two people who look exactly alike.
    I am trying to find the meaning of 'gengar'. Nothing so far.

    Could you help me?

    Many thanks.

    Offroad

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    Re: double-gengar

    The word you're looking for is doppelganger.

    Rover

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    Re: double-gengar

    How nice!

    Many thanks, Rover!

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