pairnoun [C]uk /peər/ us /per/
- Rachel bought yet another pair of shoes to add to her collection.
- I burrowed through the clothes in the drawer looking for a clean pair of socks.
- She was wearing an old pair of trousers with rips at the knees.
- Shoplifters often work in pairs, with one creating a diversion to distract the shop assistants while the other steals the goods.
- You should see her wardrobe - it's unbelievable - she's got about 50 pairs of shoes.