Definition of 'two-piece'
Example sentences containing 'two-piece'
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The singer was glistening in the sun while drinking beer in a skimpy red floral two-piece. The Sun (2013)Putting taste second is probably more relevant when your work uniform is a two-piece swimsuit. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They have been replaced by a wardrobe of tailored two-piece suits and elegant accessories. The Sun (2007)She had worn a skimpy two-piece suit herself and lost the top in the lake on her last ski run. Christianity Today (2000)The 23-year-old singer soaked up some rays on the beach in a skimpy orange two-piece. The Sun (2012)I remember her being led away from us by a kindly elderly lady in a two-piece woollen suit to be interviewed on her own. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I once swam with dolphins in a two-piece swimsuit and didn't think anything of it. The Sun (2013)
Trends of 'two-piece'
Used Rarely. two-piece is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'two-piece'
British English: two-piece ADJECTIVE
You can use two-piece to describe something, especially a set of clothing, that is in two parts.
He wore a grey two-piece suit.
Definition of two-piece from the Collins English Dictionary
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