From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtwo-personˌtwo-ˈperson adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 1consisting of two people 🔊 a two-person household2designed to be used by two people syn two-man
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two-person• First of all I was put in a two-personcell with bunk beds.• It is essentially a two-persondrama.• She and Edwards went first on a two-person, help-your-buddy tightrope walk 30 feet above the ground.• The basis of the tax - a two-personhousehold - is wrong; it should be one person.• How will it, without a list or register, determine whether a household is a single or a two-person household?• This, however, is a two-personoperation as the roof is too heavy and cumbersome for one.• Many of these are small, one- or two-personoutfits, snackkiosks and the like.• Prices are $ 99. 95 for a two-persontent or $ 349. 95 for a six-person model.