two-legged


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two-legged

adj
having two legs
Translations

two-legged

[ˈtuːˈlegɪd] ADJbípedo, de dos piernas

two-legged

[ˌtuːˈlɛgd] adja due gambe, bipede
References in classic literature ?
Also, Jerry had always heard the rare visiting two-legged man-creatures such as came on the Arangi, address his master as Mister Haggin.
He was induced to this by the report of the hostler, who said that the horse which Mr Maclachlan had hired from Worcester would be much more pleased with returning to his friends there than to prosecute a long journey; for that the said horse was rather a two-legged than a four-legged animal.
The two teams will face each other in a two-legged tie.
Chennaiyin FC will lock horns with Colombo FC on March 6 and 13 in a two-legged playoff tie for a spot in the AFC Cup 2019 group stages.
But the task just gets tougher from here for the Busmen with star striker Bienvenido Maranon expected to miss the two-legged final against Home United in August following a straight red card in the second leg against Myanmar National League powerhouse Yangon United at Thuwunna Stadium here.
Four-time world champions Italy were drawn against Sweden on Tuesday in their two-legged playoff for a place at next year's World Cup.
Two-legged knockout ties last for at least 180 minutes spread over two days.
Barry Gray's side secured their place in the two-legged decider by finishing second in Championship One following a 2-0 win at Limavady on Saturday.
A two-legged quarter-final round has been introduced, with the winners progressing to the two-legged semi-finals.
As it happens a two-legged beast and a four-legged beast met and
One-legged exercise, at half the load of two-legged exercise, places the same metabolic demands on the targeted muscles but reduces the ventilator load, enabling patients to increase work capacity.
EVERTON will face holders Chelsea in a two-legged semi-final of the Carling Cup next month.