8 thoughts on “ Both ”

  1. Definition of both (Entry 2 of 3) —used as a function word to indicate and stress the inclusion of each of two or more things specified by coordinated words, phrases, or clauses prized both for its beauty and .
  2. You can put both immediately in front of a single noun phrase when it refers to two people or things. For example, you can say ' Both boys were Hungarian'. You can also say ' Both the boys were Hungarian' or ' Both of the boys were Hungarian'. There is no difference in meaning.
  3. Both definition, one and the other; two together: He met both sisters. Both performances were canceled. See more.
  4. (referring to) two people or things together: Both my parents are teachers. They have two children, both of whom live abroad. She has written two novels, both of which have been made into television series.
  5. Both with nouns When we use both before a determiner (e.g. a/an, the, her, his) + noun, both and both of can be used: She knew both my children. (or both of my children.) Both her brothers are living in .
  6. Another word for both. Find more ways to say both, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at hidowrebookniworl.giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.co, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
  7. Paris-based label both is combining natural rubber materials with cutting-edge technologies, applying art as a form to reiterate the function of footwear, accessories and RTW. With a strong faith in crafting unique, innovative, and durable design footwear for new humans around the world, both has embarked on a journey to rethink shoes.
  8. The definition of both is one and the other one. An example of both used as an adjective is in the sentence, "I had the cheesecake and chocolate mousse; both desserts were tasty," which means that the cheesecake and the chocolate mousse were tasty.

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