two-pack

adjective
  1. (of a paint, filler, etc) supplied as two separate components, for example a base and a catalyst, that are mixed together immediately before use
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Contemporary Examples of two-pack

  • She picks up a two-pack of heavy, modest, cotton bras: “These are like fortresses.”

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    Lingerie of Arabia

    Rebecca Dana

    November 3, 2009