The adjective/noun is 'jumelle(s)' (female) or 'jumeau(x)'
The verb is jumeler.
Jumelle is the singular, feminine for 'twin' in French. Des jumelles are twin sisters, or binoculars.
Double OR if you're talking about twin brothers = jumeaux, or twin sisters = jumelles
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