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2 Jun 2008
Language / The usage of: oboje, obaj, oba, obie [16]

You can use "obie", "oboje" etc when both entities are described with one word. You can't use it to describe one entity that has two names or functions.

Maybe you could say "to ma obie cechy: toaleta i krzaki".

I suppose you want to translate something like "It is both a toilet and a bush".

You could say "to zarówno toaleta (jak) i krzaki", "to jednocześnie toaleta (jak) i krzaki".