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two-wayadjective [not gradable]

us   /ˈtuˈweɪ/
permitting movement or communication in two directions: There are only a few two-way streets left in town. This should be a two-way relationship.
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"two-way" in Business English

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two-wayadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈtuːˌweɪ/ us  
moving or allowing movement in two different directions: Anglo-Indian business is now a two-way street that can profit both sides. The agreement eliminates most tariffs on two-way trade between the US and the five other participating nations.
used to describe a situation in which two people or groups both work towards something, where both expect rewards from the efforts they make: a two-way battle/discussion/process
(Definition of two-way from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “two-way”
in Chinese (Simplified) 方向, 双向的, 可双向通行的…
in Turkish iki yönlü, çift yönlü…
in Russian двусторонний…
in Chinese (Traditional) 方向, 雙向的, 可雙向通行的…
in Polish dwukierunkowy…
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