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two-way in Broadcasting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtwo-wayˌtwo-ˈway adjective  1 DIRECTIONmoving or allowing movement in both directions two-way traffic two-way trade2 used to describe a relationship which needs effort from both the people or groups involved Corruption is a two-way process.3 TCBa two-way radio both sends and receives messages
Examples from the Corpus
two-wayOf course communication is two-way, and the mood of the recipients is also important for effective communication.Nevertheless, in this two-way causal relationship, poverty is primarily a cause of illness and only secondarily its effect.Managers who want two-way communication with their staff must be prepared to listen to what they have to say.It was impossible to have a two-way conversation with Derek, because he never stopped talking.Each carries a two-way radio, connected to the office.None of the older mains-communications techniques can provide the necessary two-way signalling between consumer and supplier.Some schools used two-way television instruction.