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two

noun /tuː/
the number or figure 2.
dos
the age of 2.
dos años de edad
two- prefix having two (of something)
de dos…
a two-door car.
two-faced adjective decitful
de dos caras, hipócrita
a two-faced person.
two-handed adjective, adverb (to be used, played etc) with two hands
de dos manos
a two-handed stroke.
twosome noun two people; a couple
pareja
They usually travel in a twosome.
two-way adjective able to act, operate, be used etc in two ways or directions
de dos direcciones; (calle) de doble sentido
two-way traffic a two-way radio.
two-year-old noun a person or animal that is two years old.
persona/animal de dos años de edad
in two (broken) in two pieces
en dos
The magazine was torn in two.
Translations of “two”
in French deux, deux ans…
in German die Zwei…
in Russian два…
in Turkish iki, iki rakamı…
in Polish dwa…
(Definition of two from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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