Pair meaning in English

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a pair: a couple, a duo, a twosome, a doublet, two of a kind noun
I only have one pair of hands.
During the field trip, the children must walk in pairs. They don't have to hold hands, but they must walk two-by-two.
Those two make a good pair.
to pair: to match, to team, to put in pairs, to join, to couple verb
It was a good idea to pair Paola with Polly. Those two get on very well together.

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