US: /ˈtu/
UK: /tˈuː/

English Vietnamese dictionary

two /tu:/
  • tính từ
    • hai, đôi
      • he is two: nó lên hai
  • danh từ
    • số hai
    • đôi, cặp
      • in twos; two and two; two by two: từng đôi một, từng cặp một
      • one or two: một vài
    • quân hai (quân bài); con hai (súc sắc...)
    • in two twos
      • trong nháy mắt, chỉ trong một loáng
    • to put two and two together
      • (xem) put

Advanced English dictionary

Help Note: There are examples of how to use numbers at the entry for five.
Idioms: a day, moment, pound, etc. or two one or a few days, moments, pounds, etc: May I borrow it for a day or two?
fall between two stools (BrE) to fail to be or to get either of two choices, both of which would have been satisfactory
in two in or into two pieces or halves: He broke the bar of chocolate in two and gave me half.
in twos and threes two or three at a time; in small numbers: People arrived in twos and threes.
it takes two to do sth (saying) one person cannot be completely responsible for sth: You can't put all the blame on him. It takes two to make a marriage.
not have two beans, brain cells, etc. to rub together (informal) to have no money; to be very stupid, etc.
put two and two together to guess the truth from what you see, hear, etc: He's inclined to put two and two together and make five (= make an incorrect guess from what he sees, hears, etc.).
that makes two of us (informal) I am in the same position or I agree with you: 'I'm tired!' 'That makes two of us!'
two sides of the same coin used to talk about two ways of looking at the same situation
more at MIND n., SHAKE n.

Concise English dictionary

+the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing this number
+being one more than one