What is another word for duos?

Pronunciation: [djˈuːə͡ʊz] (IPA)

Duos refer to a pair of individuals or things, commonly performing together in music or entertainment. There are various synonyms for the word duos, including twosome, couple, team, pair, dyad, double act, duet, and tandem. A twosome or couple is typically used to describe a pair of people, while a pair or team can refer to any two things working together. Dyad is used more commonly in scientific or philosophical contexts to describe a pair of individuals or objects with a certain connection. Double act and duet both refer to a pair of performers entertaining together, while tandem is typically used in sports or transportation to describe a pair of individuals working in coordination.

Synonyms for Duos:

What are the hypernyms for Duos?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Duos

The arias, duos, quartets, etc.
"The Great German Composers"
George T. Ferris
Though he as yet knew but little of counterpoint and composition, his creative talent already began to assert itself, and he produced several duos and trios, as well as solo compositions, which evinced great promise, though crude and faulty in the extreme.
"Great Violinists And Pianists"
George T. Ferris
56, 'Reliquit et de Analogia duos libros ...
"The Student's Companion to Latin Authors"
George Middleton Thomas R. Mills

Famous quotes with Duos

  • I like duos with percussionists. I like the songs that percussionists sing.
    Derek Bailey
  • We didn't know anything about comedy duos - Abbot and Costello, Martin and Lewis - we didn't know anything about that. Kim Fields showed us a tape of Martin and Lewis and their old shows and they come through the curtain so we started doing research on them.
    Kel Mitchell

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