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duo

noun [C] uk   /ˈdjuː.əʊ/ us    /ˈduː.oʊ/ ( plural duos)
two people, especially two singers, musicians, or other performers: the comedy duo Laurel and Hardy
Translations of “duo”
in Spanish Dúo…
in Korean 이인조…
in Arabic دُويتّو, ثُنائي…
in Portuguese duo…
in Catalan duo…
in Japanese 二人組…
in Italian duo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (歌手、樂手等的)二人組合,一對拍檔…
in Russian дуэт…
in Turkish ikili, birlikte gösteri yapan ikili…
in Chinese (Simplified) (歌手、乐手等的)二人组合,一对搭档…
in Polish duet, para…
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