Definition of two-edged in English:

two-edged

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adjective

  • Double-edged: a two-edged sword
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    • With alcohol, it's kind of a two-edged sword, because alcohol in moderation may actually have some cardiovascular benefits,
    • But the support can be a two-edged sword: not many candidates like being told what to do by White House advisers who aren't exactly up on the local political scene.
    • Those who have followed the fortunes of the Australian press know that foreign ownership without a real attachment to Australia is a two-edged sword.

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