1) ADJ: usu ADJ n Two-way means moving or working in two opposite directions or allowing something to move or work in two opposite directions.

The bridge is now open to two-way traffic...

Two-way trade between the two countries increased by more than forty per cent last year...

They were spied on via a two-way mirror.

2) ADJ: ADJ n A two-way radio can send and receive signals.
3) ADJ: ADJ n If there is two-way help or learning, two people or groups are both helping each other or both learning from each other.

Education is a two-way process...

Trust is a two way thing.


English dictionary. 2008.

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