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tr.v. two-timed, two-tim·ing, two-times Slang
1. To be unfaithful to (a spouse or lover).
2. To deceive; double-cross.
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informal to deceive (someone, esp a lover) by carrying on a relationship with another
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v.t. -timed, -tim•ing. Informal.
1. to be unfaithful to (a lover or spouse).
2. to double-cross.
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Past participle: two-timed
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|Verb||1.||two-time - carry on a romantic relationship with two people at the same time|
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two-time[ˈtuːˌtaɪm] vt (fam) → fare le corna a
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