Definitions for twoferˈtu fər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a coupon redeemable for two tickets to a theatrical performance at a reduced price.
Category: Informal, Showbiz
a coupon or offer for the purchase of two items or services for approximately the price of one.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Informal
Origin of twofer:
1945–50,Amer.; from the phrase two for (the price of one, a nickel, etc.), with final (ər) humorously taken as -er1
an offer of two for the price of one
a coupon that allows the holder to purchase two items (as two tickets to a play) for the price of one
Something that yields a substantial additional benefit.
The fashion of wearing long sleeves outside a short-sleeved shirt. (See "twofer shirt" on Google Image search)
A cabling device used in theatre, allowing two stage lighting instruments to be connected to one dimmer.
Origin: Shortened, eye dialect form of two for the price of one.
A twofer is a cabling device used in theatrical stage lighting. It allows two stage lighting instruments to be connected to one circuit. It is wired in parallel, such that voltage is unchanged in the twofer, and current is split and divided over two connectors. Twofers are used in conjunction with cables with the same types of connectors. The name is a corruption of the phrase "Two For One".
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