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double-ended

[duhb-uh l-en-did] /ˈdʌb əlˈɛn dɪd/
adjective
1.
having the two ends alike.
2.
Nautical.
  1. operating equally well with either end as the bow, as a ferryboat.
  2. noting a vessel having a stern curved or pointed so as to resemble or suggest a bow.
3.
noting any of various vehicles, as certain streetcars, designed to be operated with either end serving as the front.
Origin of double-ended
1870-1875
1870-75
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