double-barreled

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double-barreled

[duhb-uhl-bar-uhld]
adjective
1.
having two barrels mounted side by side, as a shotgun.
2.
serving a double purpose or having two parts or aspects: a double-barreled attack on corruption.

Origin:
1700–10

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double-barrelled or (US) double-barreled
 
adj
1.  (of a gun) having two barrels
2.  extremely forceful or vehement
3.  (Brit) (of a surname) having hyphenated parts
4.  serving two purposes; ambiguous: a double-barrelled remark
 
double-barreled or (US) double-barreled
 
adj

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