Definition of 'two-faced'
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The receptionist was a president lookalike with his safari suit and two-faced welcome. WHITE LIES (2003)
In this case, the face cards, all of which were, not coincidentally, two-faced. RUNNING FROM THE LAW (2003)
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Translations for 'two-faced'
British English: two-faced ADJECTIVE
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.
He had been devious and two-faced.
Definition of two-faced from the Collins English Dictionary
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