Idiom: That makes two of us
What does 'That makes two of us' mean?
A speaker says "that makes two of us" to indicate agreement with what another speaker just said. For example, I can say, "I wish I would win the lottery." A listener who says "That makes two of us" is indicating the he or she wants to win the lottery, too.
- Category: Numbers
- Contributed By: Margy
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