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English definition of “it takes two to tango”

it takes two to tango

saying
said when you want to emphasize that both people involved in a difficult situation must accept the blame, or that an activity needs two people who are willing to take part for it to happen: She may want to argue, but it takes two to tango and I won't stoop to her level.
(Definition of it takes two to tango from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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