One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a vehicle) having two doors.‘a two-door car with a sloping bonnet’
- ‘She said the two-door hatchback came top of the magazine's scoreboard, which is worked out according to a number of different factors.’
- ‘Fluctuations or not, there is no denying the fact that sales of two-door cars are down this year.’
- ‘Two suspects were driving away in what turned out to be a stolen two-door sedan.’
- ‘The popular two-door sports car is still based on the old design.’
- ‘A two-door silver sports car pulled alongside her.’
- ‘The small two-door hatchback is intended as a second car or a run-around for shoppers.’
- ‘We made the journey in my two-door Mercedes.’
- ‘It was the last large two-door hardtop sporting car which the company produced.’
- ‘The couple have decided it is time to part company with the white, two-door car.’
- ‘He's pushing for unique vehicles like the two-door concept car.’
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