Definition of two heads are better than one in US English:

two heads are better than one

phrase

proverb
  • It's helpful to have the advice or opinion of a second person.

    • ‘Although I have been vested with the power to decide whom I want to elect as my leader, there is no harm in getting other people's opinion; after all two heads are better than one!’
    • ‘‘People are realising that two heads are better than one,’ says Hill.’
    • ‘Not to oversimplify a complicated matter, but two heads are better than one.’
    • ‘We only knew that now we'd be facing it together and two heads are better than one.’
    • ‘And Maitland clearly believes that two heads are better than one.’
    • ‘There is no doubt that when starting a business two heads are better than one.’
    • ‘You know what they say: two heads are better than one.’
    • ‘As the old saying goes, two heads are better than one.’
    • ‘It only stands to reason that two heads are better than one…’
    • ‘Only time will tell if it was the correct route to follow, but the old adage that two heads are better than one will hopefully augment our own individual attributes.’