ditransitive

adjective
di·tran·si·tive | \ˌdī-ˈtran(t)-sə-tiv, -ˈtran-zə-\

Definition of ditransitive 

: able to take both a direct and an indirect object a ditransitive verb

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ditransitive noun

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1963, in the meaning defined above

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