two · number /tuː/Full view
A1 the number 2
Dictionary examples:

They've got two houses.

I spent two years in Ethiopia.

It's two o'clock.

He'll be two (years old) in February.

Learner example:

I go to college two days per week. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Polish)

or two
B1 used to indicate a very small number, often no more than two
Dictionary examples:

We will spend a day or two in Boston.

Mom said I can bring a friend or two with me.

I'd like to ask our guest of honor to say a word or two.

Learner example:

The thing you can do, is go out with your family first and than with your friends, or, you can ask your parents, if you can invite a friend or two to go with you. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)

be of two minds
C1 to have difficulty making a decision
Dictionary example:

I was of two minds about whether to invite him to the wedding.

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