"I called her twice"
doubly, double, twice(adverb)
to double the degree
"she was doubly rewarded"; "his eyes were double bright"
You better watch out,You better not cry,You better not pout,I'm telling you why:Santa Claus is coming to town.He's making a list,And checking it twice,He's gonna find out who's naughty or nice.Santa Claus is coming to town. (Santa Claus Is Coming to Town)
Etymology: From twi- meaning two or both.
two times; once and again
doubly; in twofold quantity or degree; as, twice the sum; he is twice as fortunate as his neighbor
Twice is the second album by American indie rock band The Tyde, released in 2003.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
twīs, adv. two times: once and again: doubly.—n. Twī′cer, one who is both compositor and pressman.—adj. Twice′-told, told twice: hackneyed.—At twice, at two distinct times. [A.S. twíges—twíwa—twá, two.]
Twice is like a brick & mortar clothing resale store, but online.Sellers send in their clothing (we pay shipping), and we make an offer for their items. We pay for everything upfront, so you get your cash right away!Buyers purchase items from our store, where most of our items are available for 70-90% off retail. And we offer free shipping on orders over $49 ($5 otherwise) and free 30-day returns.
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Rank popularity for the word 'twice' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1769
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Rank popularity for the word 'twice' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1174
Rank popularity for the word 'twice' in Adverbs Frequency: #149
The numerical value of twice in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of twice in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of twice in a Sentence
The safest way to double your money is to fold it over twice and put it in your pocket.
To equal a predecessor, one must have twice they worth.
Tortilla chips are big business around these parts, we take them seriously, as they are responsible for holding all manner of very important things—like queso, salsa, nachos, and various other sundry items that are critical to a Texan’s everyday life and well-being. So imagine how distressed we were to be called to a fire at a tortilla chip factory earlier this week…not once, but twice!
And morning sickness is usually a sign of a viable pregnancy, but dealing with nausea morning, noon and night could be a nightmare. and that could be a 250 milligram capsule, and I’ll recommend two of those, twice a day.
This is very sobering. The fact that you can get a life-threatening situation from taking a medication. It can happen, and most people don't think twice about taking pills for things, in fact, most of the time you do have some sort of side reaction to medication, just not this severe.
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- [[dos#CatalanCatalan, Valencian
- zweimal, doppeltGerman
- doblemente, [[dos#SpanishSpanish
- kahdesti, [[kaksi#FinnishFinnish
- [[deux#French, deux foisFrench
- [[dà#Scottish GaelicScottish Gaelic
- פעמיים, [[שְׁתֵי]] [[פעםHebrew
- [[երկու]] [[անգամ]]Armenian
- tvívegis, tvisvarIcelandic
- 二倍, 二度, 二回Japanese
- [[두]][[번]], 두번Korean
- zweemolLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- tweemaal, [[twee#DutchDutch
- [[dois#Portuguese, duas vezesPortuguese
- дважды, [[два#RussianRussian
- dváput, два́путSerbo-Croatian
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