Definition of "two-on" [two-on]

  • In printing, said of an arrangement of pages for presswork by which two copies in duplicate can be printed together on the same sheet by the same operation. This method utilizes a large machine lessens the number of impressions, and saves needless presswork. (unknown)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "two-on" in a sentence
  • "Either way, Joel Peralta escaped the two-on, one-jam the gaffe created with a strikeout and a pop-up."
  • "In the top of the seventh, Ross Detwiler ran into his first trouble, allowing three hits and a run before escaped a two-on, one-out jam with a K and a flyout."
  • "Third Ward Alderman Stephanie Kifowit also took shots at Mayor Tom Weisner, in what was at times a two-on one battle, by promising to rid the city of it's strong mayor and chief of staff philosophy by hiring a full-time city administrator to handle the daily duties of the city and "rid the mayor's office of politics.""