ambi(o)dexter


ambi(o)dexter
амер.
1) атторней, получающий вознаграждение от обеих сторон в процессе
2) присяжный, берущий взятки от обеих сторон в процессе

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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  • Ambidexterity — is the state of being equally adept in the use of both right and left appendages (such as the hands). It is one of the most famous varieties of cross dominance.Although ambidexterity is rare, ambidextrous people may still gravitate towards… …   Wikipedia

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  • ambidextrous — am|bi|dex|trous [ˌæmbıˈdekstrəs] adj [Date: 1600 1700; : Late Latin; Origin: ambidexter, from Latin ambi ( AMBI ) + dexter on the right, skillful ] able to use either hand equally well →↑left handed, right handed ↑right handed …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ambidextrous — [16] Ambidextrous means literally ‘right handed on both sides’. It was formed in Latin from the prefix ambi ‘both’ and the adjective dexter ‘right handed’ (source of English dextrous). Ambi corresponds to the Latin adjective ambo ‘both’, which… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • ambidexter — /æmbiˈdɛkstə/ (say ambee dekstuh) noun 1. a person who uses both hands equally well. 2. Obsolete a double dealer, especially a deceitful lawyer or juror. –adjective 3. Obsolete ambidextrous. {Medieval Latin, from ambi ambi + dexter rig …   Australian English dictionary

  • ambidextrous — [16] Ambidextrous means literally ‘right handed on both sides’. It was formed in Latin from the prefix ambi ‘both’ and the adjective dexter ‘right handed’ (source of English dextrous). Ambi corresponds to the Latin adjective ambo ‘both’, which… …   Word origins

  • ambidextrous — adjective Etymology: Late Latin ambidexter, from Latin ambi + dexter right hand more at dexter Date: 1646 1. using both hands with equal ease 2. unusually skillful ; versatile 3. characterized by duplicit …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Амбидекстрия — I Амбидекстрия (лат. ambi вокруг, с обеих сторон + dexter правый) способность одинаково хорошо владеть правой и левой рукой; может быть обусловлена генетически или выработана в результате тренировки см. Леворукость. II Амбидекстрия (ambidextria;… …   Медицинская энциклопедия