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two-tier

or two-tiered

[ too-teer ]
/ ˈtuˈtɪər /
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adjective
consisting of two tiers, floors, levels, or the like: a two-tier wedding cake.
consisting of two separate price structures, sets of regulations, etc.: a two-tier fare system for subways and buses.
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Origin of two-tier

First recorded in 1970–75
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British Dictionary definitions for two-tier

two-tier

adjective
involving or comprising two levels of structure, policy, etc
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