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Definitions by Oxford


[bəʊθ], (Predeterminer)

Definitions:
- used for emphasis to refer to two people or things, regarded and identified together
(e.g: both his parents indulged him)


Phrases:
- have it both ways

Origin:
Middle English: from Old Norse báthir


[bəʊθ], (Determiner)

Definitions:
- used for emphasis to refer to two people or things, regarded and identified together
(e.g: both his parents indulged him)


Phrases:
- have it both ways

Origin:
Middle English: from Old Norse báthir


[bəʊθ], (Pronoun)

Definitions:
- used for emphasis to refer to two people or things, regarded and identified together
(e.g: both his parents indulged him)


Phrases:
- have it both ways

Origin:
Middle English: from Old Norse báthir


[bəʊθ], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- used before the first of two alternatives to emphasize that the statement being made applies to each (the other alternative being introduced by ‘and’)
(e.g: the film has won favour with both young and old)


Phrases:
- have it both ways

Origin:







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