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two
American English: /tu/
British English: /tuː/

Translation of two in Spanish:

noun

  • two by two [literary]
    de dos en dos
    de a dos (Latin America)
    to cut something in two
    cortar algo en dos or por la mitad
    they are two of a kind that makes two of us [colloquial] to put two and two together
    atar cabos
    he put two and two together and made five
    llegó a una conclusión errada
    two can play at that game two's company, three's a crowd
    el tercero está de más
    see also four 1

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