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pair

noun   /peər/
A1 two people who are doing something together pareja For the next exercise, you’ll need to work in pairs.
A2 two things that look the same and that are used together par, pareja a pair of socks/shoes
A2 something that is made of two parts that are joined together par, unos, unas a pair of scissors a pair of jeans
(Definition of pair from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pair

noun /peə/
a set of two of the same thing which are (intended to be) used etc together par a pair of shoes/gloves.
a single thing made up of two parts par 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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