- deceitful; insincere; hypocritical
Derived Formstwo-facedly (ˌtuːˈfeɪsɪdlɪ
; -ˈfeɪst-) adverb
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Translations for 'two-faced'
- British English: two-faced If you describe someone as two-faced, you are critical of them because they say they do or believe one thing when their behaviour or words show that they do not do it or do not believe it. ADJECTIVEHe had been devious and two-faced.
- Brazilian Portuguese: falso
- Chinese: 两面派的两兩面派的
- European Spanish: falso falsa
- French: hypocrite
- German: scheinheilig
- Italian: falso falsa
- Japanese: 裏表がある
- Korean: 두 얼굴의
- Portuguese: falso falsa
- Spanish: falso falsa
Example Sentences Including 'two-faced'
"But she's more along the lines of being two-faced with people.
Globe and Mail (2003)
A liar in Perugia is said to be like the two-faced St Ercolano.
Umbria - the green heart of Italy
But the revelations in America of his two-faced double dealing are shameful even by his standards.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
DAVID COULTHARD has rekindled his high-octane feud with Eddie Irvine - by branding the Ulsterman two-faced.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
He did have it off with that girl, the two-faced cheating hound.
Its problems are two-faced : lack of resources and declining quality.
India Today (1997)
The receptionist was a president lookalike with his safari suit and two-faced welcome.
WHITE LIES (2003)
The second outrage is that making the car racing stand a permanent two-faced structure, catering to cars on the east and horses on the west.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
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