mono e mono vs mano a mano : Common Errors in English

About mono e mono vs mano a mano

“Mono e mono” is an error caused by mishearing the Spanish expression mano a mano which means not “man-to-man” but “hand-to-hand,” as in hand-to-hand combat: one on one.

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  • Killing Season: Karlovy Vary Review

    Robert De Niro and John Travolta go mano a mano in Mark Steven Johnson's film about two ex-soldiers with some unresolved business. read more        
    on June 30, 2013 Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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