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two-way

[ too-wey ]
/ ˈtuˈweɪ /
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adjective
providing for or allowing movement in opposite directions, or both to and from a place: two-way traffic.
allowing or entailing communication or exchange between two persons, groups, countries, etc.
involving two parties or participants, as a relationship or agreement; two-sided: a two-way race for the nomination.
entailing responsibilities, obligations, etc., on both such parties.
capable of both receiving and sending signals: a two-way radio.
capable of being used in two ways.
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Origin of two-way

First recorded in 1565–75
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British Dictionary definitions for two-way

two-way

adjective
moving, permitting movement, or operating in either of two opposite directionstwo-way traffic; a two-way valve
involving two participantsa two-way agreement
involving reciprocal obligation or mutual actiona two-way process
(of a radio, telephone, etc) allowing communications in two directions using both transmitting and receiving equipment
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