Two heads are better than one

Idiom

Two heads are better than one

Definition

This idiom is used to express the idea that when two people work together on a task, the outcome is likely to be better than if only one person worked on it.

Examples

Having two heads working on the project gave us the best result.

Two heads are always better than one when it comes to solving problems.

Origin

This idiom is believed to have originated from the mid-17th century proverb ‘Two heads are better than one, if they are wise’.

FAQs

Q: Is it always true that two heads are better than one? A: Not necessarily, it depends on the situation.

Q: What is the origin of this idiom? A: It is believed to have originated from the mid-17th century proverb ‘Two heads are better than one, if they are wise’.