[ US /ˈθɹiˌweɪ/ ]
involving three parties or elements
a tripartite division
a three-way playoff
a tripartite treaty
How To Use three-way In A Sentence
- A three-way ANOVA was used to evaluate the density of microcapsules on leaves with spray application, leaf surface (top or bottom surfaces), and canopy height (low and high) as the main effects.
- The three-way catcon performs three tasks simultaneously. Times, Sunday Times
- In treework, three-way karabiners are still the best form of connector between harness and rope equipment.
- Cameron's long-heralded intervention opens a hotly contested three-way debate between the parties on how to rein in corporate excess, and create a long-term investment culture in UK firms. Parties draw up battle lines over excessive executive pay
- In Connemara their twofold national rivalry becomes a three-way affair as notions of Englishness and Irishness become entwined with the fact of political union and also with issues of class status.
- Hoberman mounts a catch all analysis of the curious three-way osmosis between Washington, Hollywood and the counter-culture.
- Here, tone and volume controls for each pickup are augmented by a three-way toggle selector.
- The three-way Alaska Senate race remains very much a toss-up and by far the biggest wild card, given the hard to measure write-in candidacy of incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski, although either Murkowski or Republican nominee Joe Miller would caucus with the Republicans. Final Election 2010 Polls Diverge: Will It Be Tsunami Or Bad Storm?
- You might consider holding a three-way conversation. Times, Sunday Times
- In 1924, the British team won gold after a three-way play-off for the Olympic title with France and Sweden.