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Idioms – Click on a parts of the picture to learn more
Two Heads are Better Than One
Meaning and History
This attribute means that two people thinking about how to solve a problem is more effective than just one person. The origin of this idiom can be traced to biblical times, but a more similar idiom was first written in a English text by John Heywood in 1546.