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    Question Hi

    i want to know how i can say by idiom this meaning "everythings have two side"

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    Re: Hi

    Could you provide some context?


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    Re: Hi

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    Could you provide some context?
    Context costs extra. Would you like us to put it on your tab?


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    Re: Hi

    I guess the idiom is:

    There are two sides to every question/story.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    I guess the idiom is:

    There are two sides to every question/story.
    I'd say that's a way of saying it, but I'm not sanguine about the idea of calling it an "idiom" or an idiomatic expression.

    Does this mean I should tell the bartender to cancel your order of context?

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