Definition of be two or ten a penny in English:
chiefly British Be plentiful and consequently of little value: princes used to be two a penny in Hungary
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- Museums of modern art are two a penny in contemporary-art land.
- Ghosts, goblins, fairies, sprites seem to be two a penny in Skye.
- In Europe, cable-cars are almost two a penny, but they are extremely rare in the USA.
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