Значение идиомы two’s company; three’s a crowd

[two’s company; three’s a crowd] An informal way to express asituation when two people desire privacy and a third one is present. – A proverb.

Beth and Carl wanted to be alone so when Maggie joinedthem they said, “Two’s company; three’s a crowd.”

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