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two-legged

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  • two-legged — twoˈ legged adjective With two legs • • • Main Entry: ↑two …   Useful english dictionary

  • two-legged — [to͞o΄leg′id, to͞o΄legd′] adj. having two legs * * * …   Universalium

  • two-legged — [to͞o΄leg′id, to͞o΄legd′] adj. having two legs …   English World dictionary

  • two legged — with two legs, having two legs …   English contemporary dictionary

  • two-legged — /ˈtu lɛgəd/ (say tooh leguhd), / lɛgd/ (say legd) adjective having two legs …   Australian English dictionary

  • Two-legged tie — In sport (particularly association football), a two legged tie is a match up between two clubs or national teams that lasts over two individual games, used in knockout cup competitions. In typical two legged ties, each team will play one game… …   Wikipedia

  • Legged — (l[e^]gd or l[e^]g g[e^]d), a. [From {Leg}.] Having (such or so many) legs; used in composition; as, a long legged man; a two legged animal. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Two — (t[=oo]), a. [OE. two, twa, properly fem. & neut., twei, twein, tweien, properly masc. (whence E. twain), AS. tw[=a], fem. & neut., tw[=e]gen, masc., t[=u], neut.; akin to OFries. tw[=e]ne, masc., tw[=a], fem. & neut., OS. tw[=e]ne, masc., tw[=a] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • legged — /leg id, legd/, adj. 1. having a specified number or kind of legs (often used in combination): two legged; long legged. 2. fitted with legs: a legged desk. [1425 75; late ME; see LEG, ED3] * * * …   Universalium

  • legged — leg•ged [[t]ˈlɛg ɪd, lɛgd[/t]] adj. having a specified number or kind of legs (often used in combination): two legged; long legged[/ex] • Etymology: 1425–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • legged — leg ► NOUN 1) each of the limbs on which a person or animal moves and stands. 2) a long, thin support or prop, especially of a chair or table. 3) a section of a journey, process, or race. 4) (in sport) each of two or more games or stages… …   English terms dictionary


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