double-sided

[duhb-uhl-sahy-did]
adjective
double-faced ( defs 2, 3 ).

Origin:
1860–65

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Automatic double-sided printing and twin paper trays.
Bob waxes enthusiastic about the double-sided chesterfield.
The form can be filled out online but must be printed double-sided on yellow
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