zweierlei

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Etymology[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈtsvaɪ̯ɐlaɪ̯/

Adverb[edit]

zweierlei

  1. In two manners, in a double sense.
    • 1931, Paul Hertz, “Vom Wesen des Logischen, insbesondere der Bedeutung des modus barbara”, in: Erkenntnis 2/1, p. 372
      Wer „α oder β“ sagt, sagt nicht zweierlei, wie der, welcher α und β sagt; die Konklusion ist also in den Prämissen nicht enthalten.
      One who says “α or β”, does not say two things, like the one who says α and β; the conclusion thus is not contained in the premisses.

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