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two-seater

[too-see-ter] /ˈtuˈsi tər/
noun
1.
a vehicle accommodating two persons.
Origin of two-seater
1890-1895
1890-95; two seat(s) + -er1
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  • He has two planes, he tells me, a big amphibian and a two-seater.

  • The car was a two-seater Daimler with a yellow body and a hood.

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  • The first time he took Peggy out in the two-seater he swelled with pride.

    The Rough Road

    William John Locke
  • He has got it rammed into his mind that he drives the two-seater.

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  • Peggy, in the two-seater, was waiting for him in the station yard.

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  • Peggy ran in, having delivered the two-seater to the care of myrmidons.

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  • The Roland is one of the latest types of German two-seater scouts.

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  • We'll be able to get that two-seater if things go buzzing on like this.

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  • Instead he went sweeping past the Jap two-seater, staring at it hard.

    Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal Robert Sydney Bowen
British Dictionary definitions for two-seater

two-seater

noun
1.
a vehicle providing seats for two people
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