two|some [ˈtu:səm] n [C usually singular]
two people who work together or spend a lot of time together
a well-known comedy twosome

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  • twosome — ► NOUN ▪ a set of two people or things …   English terms dictionary

  • twosome — [to͞o′səm] adj. [ TWO + SOME2] of or engaged in by two n. 1. two people together; a couple 2. Golf a) a match or round engaged in by two players b) the players …   English World dictionary

  • twosome — UK [ˈtuːs(ə)m] / US [ˈtusəm] noun [countable] Word forms twosome : singular twosome plural twosomes two people who spend time together, for example as a team at work, playing golf, or in a romantic or sexual relationship …   English dictionary

  • twosome — [[t]tu͟ːsəm[/t]] twosomes N COUNT A twosome is a group of two people …   English dictionary

  • twosome — noun (countable usually singular) two people who work together or spend a lot of time together: the talented comedy twosome, French and Saunders …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • twosome — noun Date: 14th century 1. a group of two persons or things ; couple 2. a golf singles match …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • twosome — /tooh seuhm/, adj. 1. consisting of two; two fold. 2. performed or played by two persons. n. 3. two together or in company; couple; duo. 4. Golf. a match between two persons. [1325 75; ME (north); see TWO, SOME2] * * * …   Universalium

  • twosome — noun A group of two Syn: duet, duo, pair …   Wiktionary

  • twosome — Synonyms and related words: both, bout, brace, contest, couple, couplet, decathlon, distich, double harness, double header, doubles, doublet, duad, duet, duo, dyad, event, foursome, game, games of chance, go, match, mates, meet, pair, pentathlon …   Moby Thesaurus

  • twosome — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. Two persons united, as by marriage: couple, duo, pair. See GROUP. 2. Two items of the same kind together: brace, couple, couplet, doublet, duet, duo, match, pair, two, yoke. See GROUP, SAME …   English dictionary for students

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