— 一石二鳥

Today’s Japanese phrase of the day is いっせきにちょう (isseki nichou) which literally means “one stone, two birds” and figuratively means “achieving two objectives with a single effort.”

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    thanks! the spanish idiom of this would be ‘matar dos pajaros de un tiro’ something like ‘killing 2 birds with one shot’
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