Definition of two-by-four in English:
1A length of wood with a rectangular cross section nominally two inches by four inches: solid cages made out of two-by-fours [mass noun]: a piece of two-by-four
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- They picked out an odd assortment of two-by-fours and pieces of plywood and loaded it into my pickup truck.
- Level the top edge of the pond by using a carpenter's level on a straight two-by-four placed across the pond.
- We made everything out of thick plywood, two-by-fours and four-by-fours.
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