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English definition of “-pronged”

-pronged

suffix     /-prɒŋd/ US  /-prɑːŋd/
two-pronged, three-pronged, etc. having the stated number of prongs : figurative To tackle inflation the government have evolved a three-pronged strategy (= a plan that involves three ways of dealing with the problem ).ToolsGardening toolsKitchen utensils
(Definition of -pronged suffix from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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