Adjective "two-piece" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/tuːˈpiːs/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Denoting something consisting of two matching items.
  1. 'For business and other professional activities, men are expected to wear suits and ties, while women still adhere to a code that involves dresses or two-piece suits with skirts or skirts and blouses.'
  2. 'Both women looked dry and comfortable in their custom-made skintight two-piece swimsuits.'
  3. 'It soon became apparent that he likes glittery things: he changed into a silver glitter two-piece suit and went through several glitter guitars.'
  4. 'We just played Houston, and these Junior Boys fans showed up in these nylon track suits, these girls in this shiny two-piece getup.'
  5. 'Be that as it may, you must stay true blue to this regimen for six weeks - bare minimum - to enjoy the pleasures that go with wearing tight jeans, tiny dresses and two-piece swimsuits with complete confidence.'
  6. 'The bank was full of its usual wealthy clientele all of whom were, in large part, wearing fancy dresses or sharp, two-piece business suits.'
  7. 'Muslims in the north wear traditional long white robes and head coverings; Asian men wear white two-piece cotton suits, whereas Asian women dress in black or colored silk dresses.'
  8. 'You had to lend me that two-piece bikini that Johnny gave you on your birthday.'
  9. 'Our policy requires surgical team members to wear bouffant-style disposable hats and two-piece scrub suits.'
  10. 'With two-piece garments, such as a skirt and blouse in the same fabric, be sure to clean both pieces together at all times, even if one hasn't been worn.'

noun

A thing consisting of two matching parts, especially a suit.
  1. 'Schön sets herself apart by using wonderful ‘non-colors ‘and several free and easy two-pieces sporting horizontal stripes in black and white.’'
  2. 'Meanwhile, York's Elvis impersonator Eddie Vee will swap his rhinestone jumpsuit for a dapper two-piece when he takes to the stage as Buddy Holly.'
  3. 'In fact, I mostly don't ever wear two-pieces because I'm a mom and no one needs to see my belly - it's not a bad belly, but c'mon.'
  4. 'Maggie and I had opted for one-piece suits - mine in blue, hers in orange - while Nica went for a two-piece in purple and yellow.'
  5. 'Salvatore Ferragamo has come out with two-pieces with peek-a-boo stripes.'
  6. 'Skye shrugged as she adjusted the shoulder straps of her green two-piece.'
  7. 'I tried on a floral two-piece which made me look like an oversized napkin in a serviette ring.'
  8. 'Bathing suits are something else as well - the extravagantly colored two-pieces are joined by straps running up both sides.'
  9. 'It certainly was a lot more skimpy than the existing two-piece - a halter top and a full, high-waisted bottom, which had become the fashion for film stars such as Esther Williams in the 1930s.'
  10. 'Hotties like Brigitte Bardot, Raquel Welch and today's Sports Illustrated girls have virtually made careers out of wearing two-pieces, and it's impossible to deny the influence the itsy-bitsy suits have had on our culture.'

Definitions

adjective

1. having or consisting of two parts or pieces, especially two matching pieces of a clothing ensemble: a two-piece bathing suit. noun

2. Also, two-piecer. a two-piece garment.

More examples(as adjective)

"suits can be two-piece."

"swimsuits can be two-piece."

"moulds can be two-piece."

"straps can be two-piece."

"lines can be two-piece."

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