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two-way
American English: /ˈtu ˈˌweɪ/

Translation of two-way in Spanish:

adjective

  • (traffic/street)
    de doble sentido or dirección
    de doble vía (Colombia)
    de doble mano (River Plate area)
    (agreement)
    (race/contest) (American English)
    de dos (participantes)
    two-way adaptor two-way switch
    interruptor (masculine) de conexión recíproca
    they have to make concessions too: it's a two-way process
    tiene que haber concesiones mutuas or de ambas partes
    Example sentences
    • The smugglers, too, have taken advantage of technology, particularly cell phones and two-way radios that allow them to avoid agents and arrange rides before landing.
    • Consultation is a two-way process, allowing discussion and amendments to take place.
    • Since the vS talks to your two-way radio it allows mobile monitoring anywhere within range of the transmitter.

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