→ another term for each way
You can refer to a group of people who all support a particular person, policy, or idea as a particular camp .
Your parents are your mother and father .
cut both ways:
to have two different effects, usually one good and one bad
in both cases:
A particular case is a particular situation or incident, especially one that you are using as an individual example or instance of something.
swing both ways:
to be bisexual
to cut both ways:
If you say that something cuts both ways, you mean that it can have two opposite effects, or can have both good and bad effects.
have it both ways:
to try to get the best of a situation, argument, etc, by chopping and changing between alternatives or opposites
give someone both barrels:
to attack or criticize someone fiercely and aggressively
jump in with both feet:
to enter into an activity or venture wholeheartedly
the best of both worlds:
If you say that someone has the best of both worlds, you mean that they have only the benefits of two things and none of the disadvantages .
have a foot in both camps:
to support or belong to two different groups, without making a firm commitment to either of them
the worst of both worlds:
all the problems and disadvantages of two different things without any of the benefits and advantages
burn the candle at both ends:
to try to do too much, by regularly going to bed very late and getting up early in the morning
you can't have it both ways:
If someone says that you can't have it both ways, they are telling you that you have to choose between two things and cannot do or have them both.
play both ends against the middle:
to pretend to support or favour two opposing people or ideas in order to gain an advantage from a situation
take one's courage in both hands:
to nerve oneself to perform an action
to burn the candle at both ends:
If you burn the candle at both ends, you try to do too many things in too short a period of time so that you have to stay up very late at night and get up very early in the morning to get them done.
make ends meet:
to be able to pay for the things you need in life, often with very little money
talk out of both sides of your mouth:
to give completely different advice or opinions about something in different situations