2-IT TAKES TWO TO DO SOMETHING
2-IT TAKES TWO TO DO SOMETHING: meaning and examples
Today we continue with the countdown to our 1000th Daily Vitamin. Tomorrow is the big day!
Today's expression is: it takes two to do something
Meaning: used when you want to indicate that one person cannot be completely responsible for something.
You can't blame everything on Sarah. John is responsible too. It takes two to win a presidential campaign.
There are other, more informal ways, to express the same thing, such as it takes two to tango. In this case, the speaker must be sure that the listener understands what "tango" is referring to (in this case, winning a presidential campaign).
You can't blame everything on Sarah. John is responsible too. It takes two to tango.
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