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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours
two-toneˈtwo-tone adjective  CCTIMhaving two different colours or sounds two-tone shoes a two-tone alarm
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two-toneI could identify him easily because he was the only two-tone bream in the shoal.The fact that he was a two-tone fish probably had nothing to do with his leadership.The Trabant, for example, boasts textile floor covering and a two-tone horn.In this collection, he has embraced Caterpillar work boots, done up for him in two-tone suede.Why else would you have this two-tone teaming?The two-tone upholstery and chrome door handles add to the look.
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