two-way

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EtymologyEdit

From two +‎ way. Compare Old English twiweġ (intersection, junction of two roads).

AdjectiveEdit

two-way (not comparable)

  1. (of a highway) allowing traffic in two directions
  2. (of traffic, visibility) moving or occurring in opposite directions
  3. (of a radio, etc.) permitting communication in two directions i.e. That can both transmit and receive
  4. (of a project, treaty, etc.) involving the mutual action or participation of two parties
  5. (American football) Playing both offense and defense in the same game
  6. (statistics, of a table, etc.) Having or involving exactly two variables; bivariate.
    two-way chart, two-way table

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NounEdit

two-way (plural two-ways)

  1. (Cincinnati) A serving of Cincinnati chili with spaghetti.

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