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two·some

 (to͞o′səm)
n.
1. Two people or things together; a pair or couple.
2. An activity involving two people, such as a round of golf.

twosome

(ˈtuːsəm)
n
1. two together, esp two people
2. (Golf) a match between two people
3. (modifier) consisting of or played by two: a twosome song.

two•some

(ˈtu səm)

adj.
1. consisting of two; twofold.
2. performed or played by two persons.
n.
3. two together or in company; couple; duo.
4. a golf match between two persons.
[1325–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.twosome - two items of the same kindtwosome - two items of the same kind    
fellow, mate - one of a pair; "he lost the mate to his shoe"; "one eye was blue but its fellow was brown"
2, II, two, deuce - the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing this number
doubleton - (bridge) a pair of playing cards that are the only cards in their suit in the hand dealt to a player
2.twosome - a pair who associate with one anothertwosome - a pair who associate with one another; "the engaged couple"; "an inseparable twosome"
pair - two people considered as a unit
same-sex marriage - two people of the same sex who live together as a family; "the legal status of same-sex marriages has been hotly debated"

twosome

noun
1. Two persons united, as by marriage:
2. Two items of the same kind together:
Translations
إثْنان، شَخْصان
dvojice
par
Paarselbander
par

twosome

[ˈtuːsəm] N (= people) → pareja f

twosome

[ˈtuːsəm] n (= couple) → couple m (= pair of players, dancers, performers) → duo mtwo-star [ˈtuːstɑːr] n (British) (also two-star petrol) → essence f ordinaire, ordinaire mtwo-stroke [ˈtuːstrəʊk]
n (= engine) → moteur m à deux temps
adj [engine] → à deux tempstwo-thirds two thirds [ˌtuːˈθɜːrdz]
prondeux tiers mpl
two thirds of sth → les deux tiers de qch
by two thirds [cut, increase] → de deux tiers
advaux deux tiers
adj [majority] → aux deux tierstwo-time [ˌtuːˈtaɪm] vttrompertwo-way [ˌtuːˈweɪ] adj
[switch] → va-et-vient inv; [street] → à double sens; [exchange, negotiations] → bilatéral(e)
two-way traffic → circulation dans les deux sens
two-way radio → émetteur-récepteur m
(= mutual) [process] → bilatéral(e)
Trust is a two-way thing
BUT La confiance ne vaut que si elle est réciproque.two-way street n (fig) (= process involving give-and-take) to be a two-way street → être fondé(e) sur la réciprocité
Trust is a two-way street → La confiance est fondée sur la réciprocité.
Loyalty is a two-way street → La loyauté est fondée sur la réciprocité.

twosome

[ˈtuːsəm] n (people) → coppia
to go out in a twosome → uscire in coppia

two

(tuː) noun
1. the number or figure 2.
2. the age of 2.
adjective
1. 2 in number.
2. aged 2.
two-
having two (of something). a two-door car.
ˌtwo-ˈfaced adjective
decitful. a two-faced person.
ˌtwo-ˈhanded adjective, adverb
(to be used, played etc) with two hands. a two-handed stroke.
twosome noun
two people; a couple. They usually travel in a twosome.
ˌtwo-ˈway adjective
able to act, operate, be used etc in two ways or directions. two-way traffic; a two-way radio.
ˈtwo-year-old noun
a person or animal that is two years old.
adjective
(of a person, animal or thing) that is two years old.
in two
(broken) in two pieces. The magazine was torn in two.
References in periodicals archive ?
Other twosomes coming under questioning include Loose Women's Jane McDonald and her other half, Gabby Logan and her husband Kenny, and The Saturdays' Una Healy and her husband, rugby star Ben Foden.
The twosomes of Peter Choules and Len Gunning and David Miller and Roy Hawkins battled it out over the final stretch to each notch up 10 wins from 11 matches but it was on holes won difference which decided the issue in favour of the former.
Two of the most long-standing themed promotions at the chain are the "Perfect Pairs" beauty event and "Wholesome Twosomes" vitamin sale.
The twosomes vote each other off if they're not pulling their weight, with viewers deciding which of the final two pairs wins the show and the house.
Six mums, who met on a multi-birth website, brought their twosomes together for the first time at a diner near Falkirk.