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Hi everybody! I'd like to know the meaning of "butter one's bread on both sides". I came across two different opposite meanings. Which one is the correct one? Or there are both meanings? Thanks!
One dictionary says that it means doing sth. that is unnecessary while one source from the Net says having the advantages of both sides. I don't know if both of them are correct or only the one from the dictionary is correct? Can anyone tell me? Thanks.