two-sided

[too-sahy-did]
adjective
1.
having two, sides; bilateral.
2.
having two aspects or characters.

Origin:
1860–65; two + side1 + -ed3

two-sidedness, noun
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two-sided
 
adj
1.  having two sides or aspects
2.  controversial; debatable: a two-sided argument

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Example sentences
However, the relationship between the branch campus and the importing country
  is two-sided.
The point is that the information is one-sided until you choose to make it
  two-sided.
The rat has played a two-sided role in the history of human health.
Towards a theory of mutual mate choice: lessons from two-sided matching.
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