英 [tu:] 美 [tu]
名词 两个; 两个东西; 两点钟; 一对
形容词 两个的`; 我同
数词 两个; 二; 第二
A：I lost a bunch of money in the last two years.
B：You should change your (brokerage fimp3/ strategy/ investments).
1. Another two recruitment drives will be held over the weekend at Renmin University and the University of International Business and Economics.
2. As is customary in China, the government agency and the business corporation are actually one entity with two identities.
3. The company will split its business into two branches in the future, with one entity to develop educational products and the other to provide education and training.
4. Chow Tai Fook wants these two projects to form a complete business value chain from overall resources development to production and operations.
5. The " Words of the Heart – Versatility " is composed of two acrylic paintings featuring two women's faces covered by flowers of different colors.
6. It means it is risky business for both and should ensure an attacking game in which two teams come to win.
7. In fact, business is booming thanks to a revival of traditional culture over the past two decades.
8. He even obtained copies of the firm's business licence and Xie's identity card to make sure the company was legitimate before paying for two stalls.
9. A wealthy Shanxi man who runs a successful coal business has invested in two apartments at once.
1. (数字) 2
Two is the number 2.
If you say it takes two or it takes two to tango, you mean that a situation or argument involves two people and they are both therefore responsible for it.
e.g. Divorce is never the fault of one partner; it takes two…
e.g. It takes two to tango and so far our relationship has been one-sided.
If you put two and two together, you work out the truth about something for yourself, by using the information that is available to you.
e.g. Putting two and two together, I assume that this was the car he used.