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Meaning of “pair” - Learner’s Dictionary

pair

noun [C]     /peər/
TWO THINGS
A2 two things that look the same and that are used together: a pair of socks/shoesGroups of things according to number
TWO PARTS
A2 something that is made of two parts that are joined together: a pair of scissors a new pair of jeans/trousersConnecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
TWO PEOPLE
A1 two people who are doing something together: For the next exercise, you'll need to work in pairs.Groups of people
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