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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

tri′ple threat′(n.)

  1. an expert in three different fields or in three different skills in the same field.

Origin of triple threat:

1920–25,Amer.

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  1. triple threat(Noun)

    A person talented at three different activities, typically an entertainer who can act, dance, and sing equally well.

Freebase

  1. Triple Threat

    The Triple Threat was a professional wrestling heel stable that existed in Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1995 to 1998. It was Shane Douglas's answer to Ric Flair's Four Horsemen. Douglas legitimately disliked Flair since he felt that Flair had held him back during his first run in World Championship Wrestling, when Flair was one of the bookers in WCW at the time.

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