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What phrase do I use when I want to mean the oppositie of 'no pun intended'? As in, a pun is intended?

Is it 'with both meaning of the word'?

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'In both senses', perhaps.
That's what I was looking for. Thanks.
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You can also simply say "pun intended".
My experience is that when people say, "no pun intended" they really mean that they did, in fact, intend the pun and are just pointing it out in case the audience missed the pun.
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I would say "pardon the pun" afterwards.