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both

pronoun, determiner
 
/bəʊθ/
A1 used to talk about two people or things: Both her parents are dead. Both of my sisters are teachers.
Translations of “both”
in Korean 둘 다…
in Arabic كِلا…
in Portuguese ambos, -as, os dois…
in Catalan tots dos, totes dues…
in Japanese 両方, 双方…
in Italian entrambi, entrambe…
in Russian оба, и тот и другой…
in Turkish herikisi…
in Polish oba…
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