Associations to the word «Two»
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TWO, noun. The digit/figure 2.
TWO, noun. (US) (informal) A two-dollar bill.
TWO, noun. A child aged two.
TWO, noun. The playing cards featuring two pips.
TWO A PENNY, adjective. (idiomatic) (British) very common; cheap
TWO AND EIGHT, noun. (Cockney rhyming slang) A state (of upset, worry).
TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE, noun. (idiomatic) any two things that were performed or completed at the same time by one action.
TWO BITS, noun. Twenty-five cents, or a quarter.
TWO BOB, noun. (UK) (Australia) (obsolete) Two shillings; a florin.
TWO BOB, noun. (Australia) (slang) A 20-cent coin.
TWO BOB, noun. (idiomatic) (UK) (Australia) A trivially small value; often used attributively.
TWO BY FOUR, noun. (chiefly North America) A length of sawn wood of cross section 2 inches by 4 inches, most often employed as structural framing lumber (dimension or dimensional lumber).
TWO BY FOURS, noun. Plural of two by four
TWO BY TWO, adverb. In pairs, especially one of each sex
TWO CENTS, noun. (idiomatic) (colloquial) One's opinion or thoughts.
TWO CENTS, noun. (US) (idiomatic) (colloquial) A nearly worthless amount, alluding to placing a copper penny on each of the eyelids of a pauper's or slave's body before burial.
TWO CENTS' WORTH, noun. (chiefly US and Canada) Alternative term for two pennies' worth
TWO COMMAS, noun. (slang) A million; millions.
TWO COMMAS, noun. (slang) A millionaire; millionaires.
TWO FAT LADIES, noun. (bingo) A traditional call for the number eighty-eight.
TWO FOR TWO, adjective. (idiomatic) (baseball) In baseball, meeting two out of two attempts at-bat. Specifically, it means the batter has reached base safely two out of two times.
TWO FOR TWO, adjective. (idiomatic) Successful at both of two efforts.
TWO L, noun. A law student in his or her second year of law school.
TWO L, adjective. Of or pertaining to the second year of law school.
TWO L, noun. (legal) 2L
TWO LEFT FEET, noun. (idiomatic) Clumsiness, especially at dancing or at soccer
TWO O'CLOCK, noun. The start of the third hour of the day in both the 12-hour and the 24-hour clock; 2:00.
TWO OF A KIND, noun. Two who are very similar.
TWO OF A KIND, noun. (card games) A combination of two cards of the same rank.
TWO OF A KIND, noun. (card games) A hand in which the best combination is two of a kind.
TWO PAIR, noun. (poker) A hand which contains two pairs.
TWO PAIRS, noun. (poker) Alternative form of two pair
TWO PENN'ORTH, noun. (British) Two pennies' worth.
TWO PENN'ORTH, noun. (British) (idiomatic) (colloquial) One's opinion or thoughts.
TWO PENNIES' WORTH, noun. (idiomatic) (UK) (colloquial) One's opinion or thoughts.
TWO PENNORTH, noun. Alternative spelling of two penn’orth
TWO PIPS, noun. (poker slang) A pair of aces as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
TWO POT SCREAMER, noun. (Australia) (colloquial) One who becomes talkative or rowdy after consuming a relatively small amount of alcohol; one who quickly becomes intoxicated.
TWO POT SCREAMERS, noun. Plural of two pot screamer
TWO RIVERS, proper noun. A place in Alaska.
TWO RIVERS, proper noun. A city in Wisconsin.
TWO SECOND RULE, noun. A rule of thumb by which a driver may maintain a safe following distance, allowing at least a two seconds behind any vehicle that is directly in front of the driver's vehicle.
TWO SHOT, noun. (film) A scene shot with the camera positioned to observe two actors.
TWO SHOTS, noun. Plural of two shot
TWO SOLITUDES, noun. (Canada) (social criticism) The historical and, by some accounts, current dysfunctional relationship between the Anglophone and Francophone groups in Canada, characterized by poor communication and mutual exclusion.
TWO SPIRIT, noun. Alternative form of two-spirit
TWO THOUSANDS, noun. The decade of the 2000s.
TWO THUMBS UP, noun. (idiomatic) Strong approval.
TWO THUMBS UP, noun. (dated) A hand gesture indicating strong approval.
TWO, noun. The cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing this number.
TWO, noun. One of the four playing cards in a deck that have two spots.
TWO, adjective. Being one more than one; "he received two messages".
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