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Bonnie and Clyde

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBonnie and ClydeBon‧nie and Clyde /ˌbɒni ən ˈklaɪd $ ˌbɑː-/  when a man and woman work together as criminals, newspapers sometimes refer to them as being like ‘Bonnie and Clyde’. These names come from two young criminals, Bonnie Parker (a woman) and Clyde Barrow (a man), who stole from US banks and businesses in the 1930s. A popular film was made about them in 1967.
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