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- Having two ends.
- This double-ended arrow appears to point in two directions.
- We created a computer version of the card game using a double-ended queue.
- 1960 February, A. S. Gillitt, “The operation and maintenance of Belgian main line diesels”, in Trains Illustrated, page 87:
- Now it consists of a large double-ended straight shed, divided across the middle by workshops and offices; one end is concerned solely with steam locomotives and the other with diesel locomotives and railcars.
- (rail transport, of a train) Having a locomotive at each end.
- (rail transport, of a multiple unit, or diesel or electric locomotive) Having a driving cab at each end.
- 1961 May, B. A. Haresnape, “Design on the railway: Part Three”, in Trains Illustrated, page 303:
- British locomotives, like most European ones, are double-ended, general purpose machines, intended to be suitable for a variety of duties, and on occasion to work in multiple with each other.
- (rail transport, of a train or multiple unit) Having a driver at each end.
- (rail transport: having a driver at each end): step back
- simple past tense and past participle of