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- n. A person who plays at two positions, not good enough at either to be restricted to it.
- n. A shot that is hit between the legs. It was first popularized by Frenchman Yannick Noah.
- n. A computing device that is smaller than a traditional laptop, but larger than a PDA
- n. A professional wrestler who is neutral or morally ambiguous; neither a face nor a heel, or showing no favoritism to either allegiance.
- n. A person, machine or piece of software that performs tweening
- n. A film that isn't very marketable because it's in between two genres.
"We kind of look at the minis as what we call a tweener product," he said.
"We were in what I call a tweener stage," Meadows says, referring to the basketball term for when a player isn't fast enough to be a point guard but isn't strong enough to be a power forward -- in other words, the worst of both worlds.
That's where the Titans drafted Kearse in 1999, taking a chance on someone called a tweener and seen more as a physical freak than polished product.
Federer successfully pulled off the shot - also known as a "tweener" - at the previous two U.S.
Federer successfully pulled off the shot - also known as a "tweener" - at the previous two
Antonio Coleman, Auburn, 6-1, 255: Coleman is a "tweener" - part end, part outside linebacker.
They say that he is a "tweener" - too small for a linebacker, too big for a strong safety.
In football a tweener is a ` person whose size complicates life for the coach ': Is the player big enough for the defensive line or is he outsized for linebacker?
But I explained that a tweener is a line-drive hit between the outfielders.
It's not your classic "tweener," its a more nonchalant version.