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Here are three shapes that have two pairs of parallel lines:

square

parallelogram

rectangle

There are many polygons with at least two pairs of parallel lines.

hexagon (has 3 pairs of parallel lines)

octagon (has 4 pairs)

decagon (has 5 pairs)

Q: What are three Polygons with two pairs of parallel lines?

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They are prisms. The bases may be any polygons with three or more sides.

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A hexagon has three pairs of parallel sides. A pentagon has no lines parallel. Above answer is correct but only if they are regular hexagon and pentagons. A non-regular hexagon can have as little as none parallel lines. A non-regular pentagon can have two parallel lines.

Regular polygons.

Because if you have fewer than three lines they are either parallel, collinear or they form an angle. None of these are polygons.