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two-edged

[ too-ejd ]
/ ˈtuˈɛdʒd /
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adjective

having two edges, as a sword.
cutting or effective both ways.

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Origin of two-edged

First recorded in 1520–30
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British Dictionary definitions for two-edged

two-edged

adjective

having two cutting edges
(esp of a remark) having two interpretations, such as she looks nice when she smiles
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