-hander

[[t]-hæ̱ndə(r)[/t]]
-handers
COMB in N-COUNT: oft N n
-hander combines with words like `two' or `three' to form nouns which indicate how many people are involved in a particular activity, especially a play or a film. [mainly BRIT]
See also , right-hander

...a two-hander play...

Williams's play is a tense contemporary three-hander about two murderers and a bank-robber.


English dictionary. 2008.

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