transitive verb-·timed·, -·tim·ing
- To two time is defined as to double cross someone or do something behind someone's back, especially to cheat on a spouse.
An example of a two time Oscar winner is someone who has won the Oscar twice.
- To two time is to double cross someone or do something behind someone's back, especially to cheat on a spouse.
An example of two time is when a husband has a mistress.
transitive verbtwo-timed, two-tim·ing, two-times Slang
- To be unfaithful to (a spouse or lover).
- To deceive; double-cross.
- that is or are what this adjective qualifies twice over
- two-time winners of the World Cup
(third-person singular simple present two-times, present participle two-timing, simple past and past participle two-timed)
- to be unfaithful to one's partner
- In 2007, Josh Brolin co-starred in American Gangster alongside two-time Oscar winner Denzel Washington and Oscar winner Russell Crowe, and No Country for Old Men, written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.
- Two-time Olympic medalist Aaron Peirsol is another Nike Swimwear name, promoting Nike's ongoing commitment to excellence through perseverance and inspiration.
- Known as Nash in Japan, First Lieutenant Charlie is a two-time U.S. Fighting Tournament Champion, meeting defeat at his entry to Ken Masters.
- Nachman's research principles are founded on the works of two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling and cardiologist Thomas E.
- United States player and two-time World Cup winner Landon Donovan of Ontario, California has wrist tattoos of hummingbirds.