ambidextrous


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ambidextrous

 [am″bĭ-deks´trus]
able to use either hand with equal dexterity.

am·bi·dex·trous

(am'bi-deks'trŭs), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation ambidexeterous.
Having equal facility in the use of both hands.

ambidextrous

/am·bi·dex·trous/ (am″bĭ-dek´strus) able to use either hand with equal dexterity.

ambidextrous

[am′bēdek′strəs]
Etymology: L, ambo, both, dexter, right
able to use either the left or right hand to perform a task and write.

am·bi·dex·trous

(am'bi-deks'trŭs)
Having equal facility in the use of both hands.
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