- adv.两次; 两倍; 两遍;
This room is twice the length of the kitchen.
I don't know him well; I've only met him twice.
The car passed over the body twice, once backward and then forward.
Players were warned twice for foul play.
Thoroughly brush teeth and gums twice daily.
She's backpedaled twice already.
Normally he performs his devotions twice a day.
Under the Constitution, you cannot be tried twice for the same crime.
I popped my head round the door once or twice.
The government has twice declined to back the scheme.
I had to look twice to tell which was Martinez; they all looked alike.
They should think not twice, but thrice, before ignoring such advice.
Tickets were selling at twice their face value.
He was pinned against the fence by a boy twice his size; he could hardly breathe.
The houseboy comes to mop our kitchen floor twice a week.
In the face of a severe crisis relating to international reserves, the government devalued the currency twice.
I was absent once or twice.
Refuse is collected twice a week.
They had to fight with a force twice their number.
They are now doing almost twice as much business as they were last year.
The fields have been ploughed twice.
You shall not serve me that trick twice.
Ten is twice as much as five.
The new airplane flies at twice the speed of sound.
The teacher explained twice in succession.
To ensure a good crop the soil had to be turned over twice.
This room is twice the size of that one.
You don't need to be told twice.
This once-in-alifetime event actually may take place twice in some folks’ lives.
Get key information by reading just once or twice.
It is also troubling that voting rates among our youngest eligible voters—18- to 24-year-olds—are way down: Little more than one in four now go to the polls, even in national elections, compared with almost twice that many when 18-year-olds were first given the vote.
Enrollees would have to pay more money for many services out of their own pockets, and that would encourage them to think twice about whether an expensive or redundant test was worth it.
Piling on higher taxes won't help, "If higher taxes make it more expensive to raise children," says Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute, "people will think twice about having another child.
To advise couples to think twice before having children
The stack of congressional regulations governing federal student grants and loans now stands twice as tall as I do.
Since 1982 tuitions have been rising at roughly twice the rate of inflation.
But over the next few decades labour forces in rich countries are set to shrink so much that inflows of immigrants would have to increase enormously to compensate: to at least twice their current size in western Europe's most youthful countries, and three times in the older ones.
That same study found that randomly assigned interracial roommates at Ohio State broke up before the end of the quarter about twice as often as same-race roommates.
Americans eat only about fifteen pounds of fish per person per year, but we eat twice as much fish in restaurants as at home.
2016年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 七选五 原文
Several safari camps operate as the base for this adventure, providing unique rides twice a day to explore deep into the delta.
2015年高考英语重庆卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
The obvious one is money: eating out once or twice a week may be affordable but doing this most days adds up.
2018年高考英语浙江卷 语法填空 原文
Those who had done the most boyhood activities were twice as likely to have warm relations with a wide variety of people, five times as likely to be well paid and 16 times less likely to have been unemployed.
2016年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Think twice before we act.
2015年高考英语福建卷 阅读理解 阅读D 选项
During the decade before the economic crisis, spending on legal services in America grew twice as fast as inflation.
Getting the print edition seven days a week costs $500 a year—more than twice as much as a digital-only subscription.
1. two times;
"I called her twice"
2. to double the degree;
"she was doubly rewarded"
"his eyes were double bright"
twice 两次, 两倍
once bitten, twice shy