Definition of Two-step

1. Noun. A ballroom dance in duple meter; marked by sliding steps.

Generic synonyms: Ballroom Dance, Ballroom Dancing



2. Verb. Dance the two-step.

Definition of Two-step

1. Noun. A ballroom dance in duple time, having long, sliding steps ¹

2. Noun. A piece of music for this dance ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Two-step

two-point perspective
two-price advertising
two-ranked
two-seam fastball
two-seamer
two-seater
two-second rule
two-sided
two-sided ideal
two-spirit
two-spirited
two-spirits
two-spotted ladybug
two-start
two-step (current term)
two-step exercise test
two-step procedure
two-stream amplifier
two-stream instability
two-stroke
two-stroke engine
two-stroke engines
two-strokes
two-sympathin theory
two-tail test
two-thirds
two-tier
two-tier bid
two-time

Literary usage of Two-step

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1. The State Of Mathematics Achievement: Naep's 1990 Assessment Of The Nation by Ina V. S. Mullis (2004)
"Level 250 -- Simple Multiplicative Reasoning and Two-Step Problem Solving Students at this level have extended their understanding of quantitative reasoning ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"As would be expected, the yields of aryl acetates found in chlorination which could be attributed to two-step addition are very much lower than ..."

3. Modern Dancing by Vernon Castle, Irene Castle (1914)
"VI THE TANGO BRESILIENNE, OR MAXIXE THE TWO STEP—LES A-CUTE—THE SKATING STEP THE Maxixe Bresilienne is, up to the time of writing this, the latest modern ..."

4. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"The advantages of the one-step CEA assay over the two-step assay include significant reduction in both attended and total assay times, reduced sample volume ..."

5. Principles of Economics by Fred Manville Taylor (1913)
"But with silver, a two-step rise in the demand schedule, causes only a one-step ... So, a two-step fall in demand causes only a one-step fall in price,—the ..."

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