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English definition of “two-way”

two-way

adjective uk   /ˈtuː.weɪ/ us  

two-way adjective (DIRECTION)

[before noun] moving or allowing movement in both directions: a two-way street

two-way adjective (RADIO)

[before noun] describes radios that can both send out and receive signals

two-way adjective (RELATIONSHIP)

describes a situation that involves two people or two groups of people working together to achieve a shared aim: Negotiations are a two-way thing - both sides have to come to a compromise. Remember, friendships are a two-way street (= both people have to make an effort).
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