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four-way

(fôr′wā′)
adj.
1. Having, permitting, or indicating passage in four directions: a four-way intersection.
2. Having four participants or ingredients: a four-way teleconference; four-way chili.

four-way

adj (usually prenominal)
1. giving passage in four directions
2. made up of four elements

four′-way`



adj.
1. providing passage in four directions: a four-way entrance.
2. made up of four participants.
[1815–25]
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