a (unit of time) or two

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a (unit of time) or two

For only one or a few units of time specified (minutes, hours, days, etc.). Is it all right if I borrow the car for an hour or two? I'd like to drive to the mall. You can keep the book for a day or two, but I need it back by this weekend to study for my exam.
See also: of, two

a ˈday, ˈmoment, etc. or two

one or a few days, moments, etc: May I borrow it for a day or two?
See also: two
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As per the reports, the A's have decided to acquire catcher George Kottaras from the Milwaukee Brewers, though indications are that a trade won't be completed for a day or two. Kottaras hit .209 with three homers and 12 RBIs for the Brewers in 58 games before being designated for assignment Thursday.
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