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two–way

adjective

: moving or allowing movement in both directions

: involving two people or groups

: made to send and receive messages

Full Definition of TWO-WAY

1
:  being a cock or valve that will connect a pipe or channel with either of two others
2
:  moving or allowing movement in either direction <a two–way bridge>
3
a :  involving or allowing an exchange between two individuals or groups <there must be good two–way communication — Jerrold Orne>; especially :  designed for both sending and receiving messages <two–way radio>
b :  involving mutual responsibility or reciprocal relationships <political alliance is a two–way thing — T. H. White †1986>
4
:  involving two participants <a two–way race>
5
:  usable in either of two manners <a two–way lamp>

First Known Use of TWO-WAY

1844
TWO-WAY Defined for Kids

two–way

adjective

Definition of TWO-WAY for Kids

1
:  moving or acting or allowing movement or action in either direction <two-way traffic> <a two-way street>
2
:  involving two persons or groups <Communication is a two-way process.>
3
:  made to send and receive messages <a two-way radio>

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