deuce
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /djuːs/, /d͡ʒuːs/
  • (America) IPA: /duːs/
Noun

deuce (plural deuces)

  1. (cards) A card with two pip#Etymology 3|pips, one of four in a standard deck of playing cards.
  2. (dice) A side of a die with two spots.
  3. (dice) A cast of dice totalling two.
  4. The number two.
  5. (tennis) A tied game where either player can win by scoring two consecutive points.
  6. (baseball) A curveball.
  7. A '32 Ford.
    • 1978, Mayall, Joe. "Driving Impression: Reproduction Deuce Hiboy", in Rod Action, p.26
  8. (in the plural) 2-barrel (twin choke) carburetors (in the phrase 3 deuces: an arrangement on a common intake manifold).
  9. (restaurants, slang) A table seating two diners.
  10. (North America, slang) A piece of excrement.
Synonyms Translations
  • Italian: due
  • Portuguese: dois (2,4)
  • Russian: дво́йка
  • Spanish: dos
Translations
  • Italian: due
  • Russian: дво́йка
Translations
  • Russian: дво́йка
Translations
  • French: deux
  • Italian: due
  • Portuguese: dois
  • Russian: дво́йка
  • Spanish: dos
Translations Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /djuːs/
  • (America, Canada) IPA: /duːs/
Noun

deuce (plural deuces)

  1. (epithet) The Devil, used in exclamations of confusion or anger.
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