Third-person singular simple present indicative form of two-time. (verb)
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Use "two-times" in a sentence
"We are watching in several states, candidates play nice with the official ads their campaign is directly paying for, and of course now they don't need to spend as much, with the Super PACs doing the dirty work, throwing the mud, and oh, by the way, these Super PACs are already spending as much as two-times more on TV than the official campaign."
"The afternoon's other second-round encounter was another thriller, with the two-times winner Ding Junhui seeing off the 2003 champion, Matthew Stevens, 6-5."
"As a two-times champion of the Masters, which moved from its long‑standing Wembley home this year, Selby is among the favourites this week."