ambidextre

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Catalan[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Medieval Latin ambidexter, from Latin ambi- + dexter.

Adjective[edit]

ambidextre (masculine and feminine plural ambidextres)

  1. ambidextrous

Noun[edit]

ambidextre m, f (plural ambidextres)

  1. ambidextrous person

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French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Medieval Latin ambidexter, literally meaning "right-handed on both sides", from Latin ambi- + dexter.

Adjective[edit]

ambidextre (plural ambidextres)

  1. ambidextrous (having equal ability with both hands)

Noun[edit]

ambidextre m, f (plural ambidextres)

  1. ambidextrous person

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