As nouns the difference between two and twoish
is that
two is the digit/figure 2 while
twoish is (colloquial) any time close to two o'clock.
As a numeral two
is (
label) a numerical value equal to ; the second number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the set {0, 1}; one plus one ordinal: second this many dots (••).
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
two Alternative forms
* (l) (obsolete outside dialects)
Numeral
( head)
(label) A numerical value equal to ; the second number in the set of natural numbers (especially in number theory); the cardinality of the set {0, 1}; one plus one. Ordinal: second. This many dots (••).
*
 Venters began to count them—one—two —three—four—on up to sixteen.
Describing a set or group with two components.
* {{quotebook, year=1927, author= F. E. Penny
, chapter=5, title= Pulling the Strings
, passage=“[…] The two murders might have been done by one of the ryots who was dissatisfied over his assessment and thought he had a grievance. […].”}}
Derived terms
* four by two
* in two
* put two and two together
* twobyfour
* twodimensional
* twoedged
* twofaced
* two heads are better than one
* twopiece
* twostroke
* twotone
* twoway
* twowheeler
See also
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Noun
( en noun)
The digit/figure 2.
 The number 2202 contains three two s.
(US, informal) A twodollar bill.
A child aged two.
 This toy is suitable for the two s and threes.
The playing cards featuring two pips.
See also
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Derived terms
* twoup
* two's complement
See also
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* both
* couple
* double
* dual
* pair
* second
* twice
* twin
* two
Statistics
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twoish English
Noun
()
(colloquial) Any time close to two o'clock. 