Q: What five letters word has six left when you take two letters away?

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Take away the f and the e. That leaves IV, the Roman numeral for "four."

Sixty... when u take 2 letters away you are left with 'six'

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queue. take away u and e, and left with q

Take away the f and the e. That leaves IV, the Roman numeral for "four."

'five' since if you take 3 letters away (f, i and e) you are left with v which is 5 in Roman numerals. OR VIII Whichever answer seems like it would work in the situation

Sixty... when u take 2 letters away you are left with 'six'

The answer is the word empty. Take away the e and you have the letters mpty. Take away the p and you have the letters mty. Take away the y and you have the letters mt.

Queue. Take away the four letters UEUE and you are left with Q.

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u will have 2 left over

queue [take away "ueue" and you still have "q"] Here's ANOTHER approach to the same question. ANSWER: Mailbox Regardless of how many "letters" you take away, it's still pronouced MAILBOX.