一挙両全, いっきょりょうぜん

  • ikkyoryōzen

Definition of 一挙両全,いっきょりょうぜん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • killing two birds with one stone
  • serving two ends

Related Kanji

one, one radical (no.1)
raise, plan, project, behavior, actions
both, old Japanese coin, counter for carriages (e.g., in a train), two
whole, entire, all, complete, fulfill

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