Duo



[doo-oh, dyoo-oh] /ˈdu oʊ, ˈdyu oʊ/

noun, plural duos.
1.
Music. .
2.
two persons commonly associated with each other; couple.
3.
two animals or objects of the same sort; two things ordinarily placed or found together; a pair:
a duo of lovebirds.
1.
a combining form meaning “two,” used in the formation of compound words:
duologue.
/ˈdjuːəʊ/
noun (pl) duos, dui (ˈdjuːiː)
1.
(music)

2.
a pair of actors, entertainers, etc
3.
(informal) a pair of closely connected individuals
combining form
1.
indicating two: duotone
n.

1580s, “song for two voices,” via either Italian or French, from Latin duo “two” (see two). Meaning “two people” (especially as an entertainment team) attested by 1887.

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