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twenty-twenty British & World English

Denoting vision of normal sharpness

twenty British & World English

The number equivalent to the product of two and ten; ten less than thirty; 20

twenty English Thesaurus

icosahedron

twenty New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen in compound numbers, e.g. twenty-one, twenty-third; Roman numeral xx or XX)

top ten British & World English

The first ten (or twenty etc.) records in the pop music charts

xx in twenty British & World English

The number equivalent to the product of two and ten; ten less than thirty; 20

twenty-one British & World English

The card game blackjack or pontoon

twenty-eight British & World English

A ringneck parrot of a race having a call that resembles the word “twenty-eight.”

twenty-fourmo New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

page size resulting from folding a sheet into twenty-four leaves

twenty-something British & World English

An unspecified age between twenty and thirty (or thirty and forty, forty and fifty, etc.)

Group of Twenty British & World English

A group of finance ministers and central bank governors from 19 countries and the European Union who meet to discuss global economic issues

twenty-four hours British & World English

A long-legged arboreal lizard of tropical America, related to the anoles

Twenty-Six Counties British & World English

The counties of the Republic of Ireland

Twenty-Six Counties New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the counties of the Republic of Ireland

twenty-four-hour clock British & World English

A method of measuring the time based on the full twenty-four hours of the day, rather than dividing it into two groups of twelve hours

top ten in top1 British & World English

The first ten (or twenty etc.) records in the pop music charts

Twenty20 British & World English

A type of cricket match in which each team has a single innings consisting of a maximum of twenty overs

twenty-something in something British & World English

An unspecified age between twenty and thirty (or thirty and forty, forty and fifty, etc.)

catch-22 British & World English

A dilemma or difficult circumstance from which there is no escape because of mutually conflicting or dependent conditions

24-carat British & World English

(Of gold) pure

24/7 British & World English

Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week; all the time

twenty-something thirty-something, forty-something, etc. in something British & World English

An unspecified age between twenty and thirty (or thirty and forty, forty and fifty, etc.)


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