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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (feminine) (time of day)
Tengo una cita con el doctor a las dos, y con este tráfico no sé si voy a llegar.I have a doctor's appointment at two, and with this traffic I'm not sure I'm going to make it.
b. two o'clock
¿No ibas a ir a almorzar con tu papá hoy? Ya son las dos.Weren't you going to have lunch with your dad today? It's already two o'clock.
2. (feminine) (with "two" used as an adjective)
3. (feminine) (with "two" used as a pronoun)
a. the two
¿Francis Ford Coppola dirigió "El padrino" o "El padrino II"? - El dirigió las dos.Did Francis Ford Coppola direct "The Godfather" or "The Godfather Part II"? - The two were directed by him
No puedo decidir si pedir la empanada o la arepa, así que voy a pedir las dos.I can't decide whether to get the empanada or the arepa, so I'm going to order both.
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