two-by-four

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Adjective[edit]

two-by-four

  1. measuring two inches by four inches
  2. (by extension) small or cramped

Noun[edit]

two-by-four (plural two-by-fours)

  1. A length of timber having this cross section. (Note: often this is dimensional lumber that was this size BEFORE being planed to finished form, which removes a quarter inch from each side.)

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