duo

[ doo-oh, dyoo-oh ]
/ ˈdu oʊ, ˈdyu oʊ /

noun, plural du·os.

Music. duet.
two persons commonly associated with each other; couple.
two animals or objects of the same sort; two things ordinarily placed or found together; a pair: a duo of lovebirds.

Origin of duo

1580–90; < Italian < Latin: two
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British Dictionary definitions for duos

duo

/ (ˈdjuːəʊ) /

noun plural duos or dui (ˈdjuːiː)

music
  1. a pair of performers
  2. another word for duet
a pair of actors, entertainers, etc
informal a pair of closely connected individuals

Word Origin for duo

C16: via Italian from Latin: two
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