double-stop

verb
dou·ble-stop | \ˌdə-bəl-ˈstäp \

Definition of double-stop 

transitive verb

: to produce two or more tones simultaneously on (an instrument, such as a violin)

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First Known Use of double-stop

circa 1889, in the meaning defined above

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