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two-shot

[too-shot]
noun Movies, Television.
  1. a camera shot, as a close-up, of two persons.
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  • Almost as surely as the two-shot holes constitute its strength, the short holes are the weakness of the course.

    The Golf Courses of the British Isles

    Bernard Darwin

  • The two-shot holes at Woking do not always require quite two shots.

  • The fourteenth is a two-shot hole for Mr. Angus Hambro, and rather more for most other people, save under favourable conditions.

  • Of the two-shot holes, the fourth is excellent, and has a formidable second shot over a big and boarded bunker.

  • The remainder of the course should be made up of a variety of two-shot and three-shot holes.