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English definition of “be two sides of the same coin”

be two sides of the same coin

(also be different/opposite sides of the same coin)
If two things are two sides of the same coin, they are very closely related although they seem different: Violent behaviour and deep insecurity are often two sides of the same coin.
(Definition of be two sides of the same coin from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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