dual purpose

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  • Info Dual-purpose is a noun and adjective referring to things serving two purposes.
  • This dual-purpose space is the centre of many school community events.
  • All police and fire stations in the city will function as dual-purpose public safety stations.
  • The city is located near a military and civilian dual-purpose air station.
  • The railway was intended to serve dual purposes of national defense and regional development.
  • It was designed as a dual-purpose facility with a track surrounding the football field.
  • The field is dual purpose and is used for football and baseball.
  • This dual-purpose design concept was common to British pre-war designs.
  • The benefit of such a dual-purpose arm contained in one was soon apparent.
  • The gun was adapted for land use as a dual-purpose gun.
  • The terms All-road and Dual-purpose are also used.
  • This dual purpose sustained interest over the winter months, with the smaller pool remaining in use.
  • Though some may be slightly better for one of these purposes, they are usually called dual-purpose breeds.
  • Until this time, milk and beef had been produced from dual-purpose animals.
  • However, this is readily explained by the fact that they serve a dual purpose.
  • This dual purpose is less common today, and in many cases goods facilities are restricted to major stations.
  • It is a dual purpose bird used both for meat and egg production.
  • Dual-purpose stations can sometimes still be found today, though in many cases goods facilities are restricted to major stations.
  • It was designed to be a dual purpose "race and ride" car.
  • These dual-purpose issues were an exception and generally the two types were issued separately.
  • There are three major types of motorcycle: street, off-road, and dual purpose.
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