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Definition of two-way adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

     

    two-way

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  1. 1moving in two different directions; allowing something to move in two different directions two-way traffic two-way trade a two-way switch (= that allows electric current to be turned on or off from either of two points)
  2. 2 (of communication between people) needing equal effort from both people or groups involved Friendship is a two-way process. a two-way exchange of information Learning is a two-way street. What lessons have you learned from students?
  3. 3(of radio equipment, etc.) used both for sending and receiving signals a two-way radio
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: two-way

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