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one-way
American English: /ˈwən ˈˌweɪ/

Translation of one-way in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (street)
    de sentido único
    Example sentences
    • This means that coffee should be packed in an airtight foil laminated bag with a one-way air valve to allow the bag to de-gas.
    • Tension pneumothorax occurs when pleural damage results in a one-way valve phenomenon allowing air to enter, but not exit, the pleural space.
    • At the beginning of expiration, you tum the valve creating a one-way valve that only allows expiratory airflow.
    1.2 (for one journey) See examples: one-way or round-trip?
    ¿ida solo o ida y vuelta?
    ¿sencillo o redondo? (Mexico)
    this policy is a one-way ticket to disaster
    esta política no conduce más que a la catástrofe
    1.3 (not reciprocal) See examples: the advantages were all one-way
    todo favorecía a una de las partes

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