noun, plural two·pence, two·pen·ces for 2–4.
( used with a singular or plural verb ) British. a sum of two pennies.
a bronze coin of the United Kingdom equal to two pennies: issued after decimalization in 1971.
a former copper coin of Great Britain, equal to two pennies, issued under George III.
a former silver coin of England, equal to two pennies: issued only as maundy money after 1662.
Origin: 1400–50; late Middle English two pens;
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