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Having several paths, routes, or channels:‘a multiway switch’
modifiable, alterable, adaptable, convertible, variable, multiway, versatile, accommodatingView synonyms
- ‘The effects of various variables and the interactions among them on the three radical-conservative replacement ratios were tested by a multiway analysis of variance.’
- ‘This is a very slick way to implement a multiway branch like the switch/case construct.’
- ‘First, the multiway analyses indicated effects of pair-bond duration also when individual age was controlled for.’
- ‘A platform can support an unlimited number of Opteron processors in a multiway configuration with external/additional chipset support.’
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