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two-sided having two sides; bilateral. [2 definitions]
twosome a group of two; duo; couple. [2 definitions]
two-step a ballroom dance, similar to a slow fox trot, in two-four time and characterized by long sliding steps. [2 definitions]
two-stroke of or designating an internal-combustion engine in which two strokes of a piston complete a fuel cycle.
two-suiter a man's lightweight suitcase that can hold two suits, besides other items.
two-time (informal) to be faithless to (one's spouse or lover).
two-way permitting communication or travel in two, often opposite, directions. [3 definitions]
twp. abbreviation of "township," a subdivision of a county, usu. having some authority for local government.
TX abbreviation of "Texas," a southwestern U.S. state between Mexico and Oklahoma.
-ty1 used with numerals to indicate specified multiples of ten.
-ty2 variant of -ity.
tycoon a rich, powerful person in business or industry; magnate.
tying present participle of tie.
tyke a small dog, esp. a mongrel. [2 definitions]
tympani variant of timpani.
tympanic bone in a mammal's skull, a small bone that supports the eardrum and partially encloses the middle ear.
tympanic membrane a thin, oval-shaped membrane separating the middle ear from the external ear, which vibrates when struck by sound waves; eardrum.
tympanum the middle ear. [4 definitions]
Tyndall effect the scattering and polarization of light by colloidal particles within a suspension.
typal pertaining to or acting as a type; typical.
-type type, model, or example. [2 definitions]