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one-way
American English: /ˈwən ˈˌweɪ/

Translation of one-way in French:

adjective

  • 1 (Transport)
    (traffic, tunnel)
    à sens unique
    one-way street ou system
  • 2 (single) See examples:the one-way trip costs £300
    l'aller simple coûte 300 livres sterling
  • 3 (not reciprocal)
    (process, conversation)
    à sens unique
    (friendship)
    non partagé
    (transaction)
  • 6 (opaque in one direction)
    (glass)

adverb

  • it costs £10 one-way
    l'aller simple coûte 10 livres sterling
    there's no give-and-take with him (informal), it's all one-way
    aucun échange n'est possible avec lui, c'est toujours à sens unique

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