Not sure exactly what you mean, I guess you mean that that "you" (usted) could be referring to a man or a lady? If that's the case, yes, it could be both.
Or maybe you are referring to the form of the verbs that are the same for usted, for él, for ella, for yo...: hubiera / habría
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