two pair

noun

Definition of two pair

1 British :a lodging situated on the third floor
2 or two pairs :a pair of one denomination and another of different denomination held in the same hand in poker and ranking between one pair and triplets — see poker illustration

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two-pair

adjective

Definition of two-pair

1 British :situated on the third story above two flights of stairs
  • a two-pair front room
2 :containing two pairs
  • a two-pair poker hand

Origin and Etymology of two-pair

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