Definitions for two-way
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bipartisan, bipartizan, two-party, two-wayadjective
supported by both sides
"a two-way treaty"
bipartite, two-part, two-wayadjective
involving two parts or elements
"a bipartite document"; "a two-way treaty"
operating or permitting operation in either of two opposite directions
"a two-way valve"; "two-way traffic"; "two-way streets"
allowing traffic in two directions
moving in both directions
Etymology: From. Compare twiweg.
Two-way refers to a process or system that allows communication, interaction, exchange, or movement in two opposite directions. It usually involves two parties where both can initiate, respond or reciprocate.
The numerical value of two-way in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of two-way in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
A three-way relationship is in this case definitely stronger than a two-way relationship, especially as one partner in the pair is more or less on its last legs.
Successful education is always a two-way street.
It is not a one-way street, it is a two-way street, with mutual interests and mutual needs that need to be addressed, i am confident that with Camp David those views are going to take shape in a form that will greatly enhance our ability to meet the needs of our people, and the needs of all those people, who want a future that is free of terrorism....
If the Republican Party acts like they don’t want to help, I ’ll fund my own campaign, right now, I ’m raising a lot of money for the GOP. I like doing it. But we have to have help. Life is like a two-way street. Otherwise, I ’ll keep doing what I ’m doing, funding my own campaign. That’s the easy way. Hopefully we can continue to go the way we’re going. Coverage Trump on Saturday, the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, also downplayed the most recent controversy involving reports of convention delegates trying to switch allegiance. Coverage Trump on Saturday said there was.
And how could you have two-way traffic on those steps with huge crowds? we were holding hands then, but no way could we resist the force coming down.
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