it takes two to tango Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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it takes two to tango

saying said when you ​want to ​emphasize that both ​peopleinvolved in a ​difficultsituation must ​accept the ​blame, or that an ​activityneeds 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.
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