two-ply

adjective
\ˈtü-ˈplī \

Definition of two-ply 

1 : consisting of two thicknesses

2a : woven with two sets of warp thread and two of filling a two-ply carpet

b : consisting of two strands two-ply yarn

First Known Use of two-ply

1839, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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two-ply

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of two-ply

: having two layers of material

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