adjective 1. (number) We live two blocks from the city center. Vivimos a dos cuadras del centro de la ciudad. noun 2. (number) The number that comes before three is two. El número que viene antes de tres es dos.
Noun 1. (general) to break/fold something in two romper/doblar algo en dos to walk in twos, to walk two by two caminar de dos en dos 2. (fig) a. no direct translation to put two and two together atar cabos 3. (colloquial) a. no direct translation that makes two of us ya somos dos two percent milk leche semidesnatada adjective two [tuː]
dos that makes two of us ya somos dos
(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
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