both --- and

both --- and  {coord. conj.}
Used to emphasize that two or more things are talked about.
Both Frank and Mary were at the party.
Millie is both a good swimmer and a good cook.
In the program tonight Mary will both sing and dance.
The frog can move quickly both on land and in the water.
Compare: AS WELL AS. Contrast EITHER OR.
Categories: conjunction

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