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two-ply

[ too-plahy ]
/ ˈtuˈplaɪ /
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adjective
consisting of two thicknesses, layers, strands, or the like.
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Origin of two-ply

First recorded in 1840–50
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British Dictionary definitions for two-ply

two-ply

adjective
made of two thicknesses, layers, or strands
noun plural -plies
a two-ply wood, knitting yarn, etc
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