noun \ˈdü-(ˌalso ˈdyü-\

: two people who perform together, are usually seen together, or are associated with each other

: a piece of music that is performed by two musicians

plural du·os

Full Definition of DUO

:  duet
:  pair 2

Examples of DUO

  1. The comedy duo will perform tonight.
  2. The author-illustrator duo will be signing their books tomorrow.
  3. He and his partner make quite a duo.

Origin of DUO

Italian, from Latin, two — more at two
First Known Use: 1590


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