two

two
adjective
1. (number) 
a. dos 
We live two blocks from the city center.Vivimos a dos cuadras del centro de la ciudad.
noun
2. (number) 
a. el dos (M) 
The number that comes before three is two.El número que viene antes de tres es dos.
two
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el dos (M) 
to break/fold something in tworomper/doblar algo en dos
to walk in twos, to walk two by twocaminar de dos en dos
2. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
to put two and two togetheratar cabos
3. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
that makes two of usya somos dos
two percent milkleche semidesnatada
adjective
4. (general) 
a. dos 
two [tuː]
adjective
pronoun
dos
that makes two of us ya somos dos
noun
(numeral) dos (m)
to break sth in two romper algo en dos; partir algo por la mitad
two by two in twos de dos en dos
to arrive in twos and threes llegar dos o tres a la vez
they're/you're two of a kind son/sois tal para cual
to put two and two together atar cabos
two's company, three's a crowd dos son compañía, tres son multitud
"Could I come?" Nancy asked. Two's company, three's a crowd," Anna said. You had to be direct with Nancy "Come with us." "No, thanks," she said, "two's company."
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