two-tier

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two-tier ‎(not comparable)

  1. Having or consisting of two tiers.
  2. (labor) Relating to the two-tier system, a payroll system in which one group of workers receives lower wages and/or benefits than another.
    the two-tier regime
    a two-tier accounting structure

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