swing both ways

swing both ways

To be sexually attracted to both men and women. No, he doesn't just like guys, he swings both ways.
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swing both ways

be bisexual. informal
2001 Film Inside Out Florence has baggage. At one moment, there is a hint that she might swing both ways, or, maybe, only one since the guy thing is a fake.
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swing both ˈways

(informal) be bisexual (= sexually attracted to both men and women)
See also: both, swing, way

swing both ways

in. to be bisexual. Since he swings both ways, he may stand a better chance at finding a date.
See also: both, swing, way
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Housing and trade price data was fairly firm, underscoring fundamental strengths underlying the market, though that can swing both ways in terms of the Fed outlook.
And his skill in getting it to swing both ways as he took his sixth wicket was great to see.
Verdict: HHHII'M not a fan of battered chips, but because this shop gives you the choice it was a good excuse to swing both ways.
The sale of the NEC Group, which includes the LG Arena, which hosted the former Take That star's Swing Both Ways Live production this week, has entered round two after reporting strong interest.
The song was recently performed as a duet by Robbie Williams and Lily Allen on his Swing Both Ways album.
The crooner's new album Swing Both Ways is currently number one in the UK charts and has the distinction of becoming the 1000th number 1 album in the UK.
Although, given that the first ever No 1 album was Frank Sinatra, and Rob's Swing Both Ways is obviously a swing album, it proves tastes haven't changed all that much.
Runners up in the show, One Direction have gone on to instant world domination - though that can swing both ways too, only time will tell.
Stats can swing both ways, so don't get drowned in the dregs but pick yourself up by the bootstraps and vow that you'll work harder to earn a reputation that will keep you busy with the kind of patients you're seeking.
There are plenty of options, since I swing both ways.
The pair, ranked second and third, were never more than a set apart in a topsyturvy match that sawthe lead swing both ways before Barneveld finally pulled away.
Not only is the football terrible in America but many of his new-found starry friends swing both ways.
If the early weeks of the election campaign are anything to go by, opinion on the likely outcome seems likely to swing both ways throughout the rest of the year.
It's not easy to know what effect their game on Thursday will have on them, it can swing both ways.
The Swing Both Ways singer, who has carved out a successful solo pop career since rising to fame with boyband Take That in a career spanning more than two decades, celebrates his big day on February 13.