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    new idiom or expression

    I recently heard some one say:"I'm two for two"
    What does this mean?

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    Re: new idiom or expression

    I'm winning so far; no loses yet. Two tries and two wins. "Zero for two" means, two tries and two loses. "One for two" means, two tries and one win.


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