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two-piece

[too-pees] /ˈtuˈpis/
adjective
1.
having or consisting of two parts or pieces, especially two matching pieces of a clothing ensemble:
a two-piece bathing suit.
noun
2.
Also, two-piecer. a two-piece garment.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10
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Examples for two-piece
  • two-piece bezel doesn't allow height or rotation adjustments.
  • Impressed by the stickiness of the bur's hooks, he copied the design, engineering a two-piece fastener.
  • The two-piece codex design is now smaller and closes tightly.
  • Miniaturization of electronics over the years has resulted in a small two-piece device used in cochlear implants.
  • He makes one-piece and two-piece dresses with matching jackets or capes.
  • He became one of the first to switch to a two-piece cue.
  • The retractable hardtop is a two-piece aluminum shell.
  • two-piece cans are used largely by beer and other beverage industries.
British Dictionary definitions for two-piece

two-piece

adjective
1.
consisting of two separate parts, usually matching, as of a garment
noun
2.
such an outfit
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