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Translation of "two" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
(Definition of two from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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