Significado de ambidexter en en Inglés

ambidexter

(also ambidextor)

Pronunciación /ˌambɪˈdɛkstə/

nombre

  • 1marginal, arcaico A person who has two contradictory or incompatible roles; a double-dealer; a deceitful or hypocritical person.

  • 2Derecho
    historical A corrupt lawyer (or occasionally juror) who takes fees or bribes from both sides in a case.

  • 3A person who is able to use the right and left hands equally well; an ambidextrous person.

adjetivo

marginal
  • Double-dealing, deceitful, hypocritical; specifically (of a juror or lawyer) that corruptly takes fees or bribes from both sides in a legal case.

Origen

Late Middle English. As noun from post-classical Latin ambidexter corrupt lawyer (or occasionally juror) who takes fees or bribes from both sides in a case, use as noun of ambidexter.