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Spanish translation of “pair”

pair

noun /peə/
a set of two of the same thing which are (intended to be) used etc together a pair of shoes/gloves. a single thing made up of two parts a pair of scissors a pair of pants. two people, animals etc, often one of either sex, who are thought of together for some reason
pareja
a pair of giant pandas John and James are the guilty pair.
pair is singular: That pair of trousers needs mending ; There is a pair of gloves on the table.
(Definition of pair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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