Word:

two-to-the-N

two-to-the-N - An amount much larger than N but smaller than infinity. "I have 2-to-the-N things to do before I can go out for lunch" means you probably won't show up.

Numbers of the form two-to-the-N are very important in computing because they represent the value of bit N of a binary number (counting from 0) and the number of things you can count with an N bit number.
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two-piece suit
Two-ply
Two-port
Two-ranked
two-seater
Two-sided
Two-speed
two-spotted ladybug
Two-step
two-thirds
Two-throw
two-tier bid
two-time
two-timer
two-timing
Two-to-one
-- two-to-the-N --
two-toed anteater
two-toed sloth
Two-tongued
two-valued logic
Two-way
two-way street
two-wheel
two-wheeled
two-wing flying fish
two-winged insects
two-year
twofer
Twofold
twonkie
Twopence
Twopenny
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