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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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