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two-edgedadjective

uk   us   /ˌtuːˈedʒd/ UK

two-edged adjective (BLADE)

having two ​sharpedges for ​cutting: a two-edged ​sword

two-edged adjective (TWO MEANINGS)

A two-edged ​remark can be ​understood in two very different ​ways, one of them ​positive and one of them ​negative: "That was ​amazinglygenerous of you!" "Well, that was a two-edged ​comment - are you saying I'm usually ​mean?"
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Translations of “two-edged”
in Chinese (Simplified) 刀口, 双刃的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 刀口, 雙刃的…
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