Definition of in two in English:

in two

In or into two halves or pieces: he tore the piece of paper in two
More example sentences
  • She gives him a warm smile as he folds the paper in two and hands it back to her.
  • The most startling story we heard was one who said a neighbour was in bed and a tree fell on their home and cut it in two.
  • The tree was first cut in two, then the centre of the tree was removed and the outer part shaped to act as a boat.
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