In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(traffic/street) de doble sentido(traffic/street) de doble dirección(traffic/street) de doble vía Colombia(traffic/street) de doble mano River Plate(agreement) bilateral(contest/race) de dos (participantes) US(valve) bidireccionaltwo-way adaptor — ladrón masculine
- two-way switch — interruptor de conexión recíproca
- they have to make concessions too: it's a two-way process — tiene que haber concesiones mutuas / de ambas partes
- The two-way radio to the mainland was not working and the rough seas prevented the few able-bodied men still on the island from taking the critically ill man to a hospital.
- Consultation is a two-way process, allowing discussion and amendments to take place.
- A choiceboard is a Web-based tool that allows for real-time, two-way interactions between companies and their customers.
- Radu held the view then that communication was a two-way process and members should also approach him if they wanted information.
- Phone lines have been cut, two-way radios confiscated.
- Communication is a two-way process, from board to world and company and in the other direction.
- One shop kept its pirated stock in a space above the ceiling, and clerks communicated with two-way radios to have them brought out for customers.
- The pair used two-way radios to communicate, the paper reported, and if traffic or other conditions weren't acceptable, they would not shoot.
- Since the vS talks to your two-way radio it allows mobile monitoring anywhere within range of the transmitter.
- Be sure trainers are showing the leadership skills necessary to actively engage staff in a two-way communication process.
- Researchers at the Koestler Unit think that vision may involve a two-way process, an inward movement of light and an outward projection of mental images.
- The company's Private Ears allow the wearer to hear a two-way radio or cell phone through a wireless earpiece.
- They were led by men on motorcycles with two-way radios.
- 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.
- Canadian Wireless and Data will be sponsoring the project, providing Armstrong with a cell phone, air time and two two-way radios for communication with the station during the broadcast.
- Many health care occupancies are installing voice communications systems with both public address and two-way radio communications, according to Carrigan.
- Under the scheme, shopkeepers and staff are issued with two-way radios that enable them to track suspects around the town alerting the police to potential criminals.
- Teachers and students use Web technology that allows continuous two-way audio dialogue, which is much like talking on the telephone.
- We had a boat each and communicated via two-way radios.
- I note that it is important to recognize that communication is a two-way process involving both sender and receiver.
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