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The word pair, derived via the French words pair/paire from the Latin par 'equal', can refer to:
- 2 (number), two of something, a pair
- Topological pair, an inclusion of topological spaces
- Product type
- Au pair, a work agreement
- Couple (disambiguation), various senses for two joined things
- Even number, in roulette etc.
- Ordered pair, in Mathematics and set theory
- Twisted pair, a couple of electric wires twisted together
- Pair (parliamentary convention), matching of members unable to attend, so as not to change the voting margin
- Pair, the French equivalent of peer, holder of a French Pairie, French high title roughly equivalent to a member of the British peerage
- Pair, a member of the Prussian House of Lords
- Pair (Cricket): "getting a pair" means being out for 0 in both innings of a match
- A handshaking process in Bluetooth communications
- Pair, Pressure of air in a system
- A team in pair skating
- PAIR, the research group Pain & Autonomics - Integrative Research at the University of Jena in Germany
- Pair (app), a mobile application for a couple
- Pair of lead actors or performers, appearing in many films etc. together, also known as 'hit pair'.
- Pairing, mathematics
- Pairing (computing), the linking together of devices to allow communications between them
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