verb (used with object), two-timed, two-tim·ing. Informal.
- two-tailed pasha,
- two-thirds rule,
- two-time loser,
- two-toed anteater,
- two-toed sloth,
Origin of two-time
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Andy Murray, two-time Grand Slam champion, just happened to hire a woman.Why Andy Murray Hired a Champion (and Woman) Coach|Kevin Fixler|June 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The two-time Oscar winner is the villain in the next installment of the Call of Duty video game series.Viral Video of the Day: Kevin Spacey Heeds the ‘Call of Duty’|Alex Chancey|May 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Carole Radziwill, one time princess, two-time Real Housewives star, debuts her first novel and talks about sex and dating.A Real Housewife Gets Real About Sex, Dating, and Widowhood|Justin Jones|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But alas, Hanks, a two-time Best Actor Oscar winner and five-time Oscar nominee, was completely shut out by the Academy.13 Oscar Nomination Shockers: Oprah, Tom Hanks, ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ and More|Marlow Stern|January 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On Monday night, the two-time gold-medal winner appeared on The Tonight Show with first lady Michelle Obama.Meet Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas’s New Star Hairstylist, Ted Gibson|Allison Samuels|August 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Certain also that the two-time polka was the dance of the young man's native land.Patsy|S. R. Crockett
Now, waltzers in two-time always move very rapidly; indeed, that is the main purpose of the innovation.Monsieur Cherami|Charles Paul de Kock
"to deceive, cheat, betray," 1924, perhaps from notion of "to have two at a time." An earlier reference (1922) in a Kentucky criminal case and involves a double-cross or betrayal, without a romance angle. Related: two-timing (adj.); two-timer.