four-way

[fawr-wey, fohr-]
adjective
1.
providing access or passage in four directions: a four-way entrance.
2.
applying to all four directions of traffic at an intersection: a four-way stop sign.
3.
exerting influence or benefit in four different ways: a four-way blessing.
4.
made up of four participants: a four-way discussion.

Origin:
1815–25

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four-way
 
adj
1.  giving passage in four directions
2.  made up of four elements

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Example sentences
Four years later, he won again, but with only thirty-nine per cent of the vote in a four-way race.
At a four-way stop, the driver who arrives first has the right of way.
That's a strong enough group to win a four-way primary but no way big enough for the general election.
If either film breaks out, the fight for best picture might be a true four-way race.
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