Two-way meaning

to͝o'wā'
Playing both offense and defense.

A two-way player.

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Having separate lanes for vehicles going in opposite directions.

A two-way street.

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Involving reciprocity, mutual obligation, etc.

A two-way cultural exchange, contract, etc.

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Involving two persons, groups, etc.

A two-way political race.

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Adapted for use in either of two ways; esp., reversible.

A two-way raincoat.

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Designating or of glass that functions as a mirror from one side and as see-through glass from the other.
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(of a highway) Allowing traffic in two directions.
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(of traffic) Moving in both directions.
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(of a radio, etc.) Permitting communication in two directions.
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(of a project, treaty, etc.) Involving the mutual action or participation of two parties.
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(American football) Playing both offense and defense in the same game.
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Origin of two-way

  • From two- +"Ž way. Compare Old English twiweÄ¡ (“intersection, junction of two roads").
    From Wiktionary