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twosome

[too-suh m] /ˈtu səm/
adjective
1.
consisting of two; two-fold.
2.
performed or played by two persons.
noun
3.
two together or in company; couple; duo.
4.
Golf. a match between two persons.
Origin
1325-1375
1325-75; Middle English (north); see two, -some2
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  • The twosome also gets a complimentary first-anniversary three-night stay.
  • The starter may, if necessary, reschedule the starting time of a twosome in order to facilitate the flow of play on the first tee.
British Dictionary definitions for twosome

twosome

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