Definition of two-hander in English:

two-hander

Syllabification: two-hand·er

noun

1A play for two actors.
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  • Essentially a two-hander, he allows actors no physical contact and revokes his licence to shock.
  • ‘I've only ever done two-handers at drama school [the Webber Douglas School in London] but this is even more intense because I don't leave the stage, apart from the interval,’ he says, in his trademark deadpan, chilled London accent.
  • A half-hour two-hander, Laundry at 4am is a small theatrical gem.
2 Tennis A shot taken with both hands on the racket.

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