1. how something is done or how it happens;
2. how a result is obtained or an end is achieved;
3. a journey or passage;
4. the condition of things generally;
5. a course of conduct;
6. any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage from one place to another;
7. a line leading to a place or point;
8. the property of distance in general;
9. doing as one pleases or chooses;
10. a general category of things; used in the expression `in the way of';
11. space for movement;
12. a portion of something divided into shares;
1. to a great degree or by a great distance; very much (`right smart' is regional in the United States);
One way and another I'm going to finish this work before the end of the month.
I had better say a few words by way of explanation.
He spoke in a friendly way.
I like the way that her hair hangs down.
In a way, I'm glad you made that mistake, for it will serve as a warning to you.
The subject was handled in a gingerly way.
You gave me the wrong address and made me go all that way for nothing.
When his father refused to let him have his own way, the child played his trump card by crying.
The traveler had to fight his way through the tropical forest with an axe.
It was quite right of you to think that way.
The funeral made its way slowly through the silent streets.
Are you all watching out? The Queen will come this way in a few minutes!
We had a lot of bother finding our way to his house.
Stay where you are. You're not in my way.
They're going to Poland by way of France and Germany.
Of course It'should be handled that way.
The only way to do this was to operate.
I'm afraid he's in a bad way.
Now the Way [ Tao ] is like a broad road.
They held this way to be workable.
The fundamental way out for agriculture lies in mechanization.
We'll have to think of a way to solve the problem.
There's no way I'm agreeing to that!
Let me walk with you part of the way.
It was so foggy that the driver could hardly make out the way ahead.
Keep close by the leader and then you won't lose your way.
A powered vessel should give way to sail — it is an unwritten rule of the sea.
They have found a way to insulate themselves against the cost of inflation.
Step this way, please.
across (英亦作over) the way
nearby, especially on the opposite side of the street
all the way
be on one's way
have started one's journey
by a long way
by a great amount; by far
by the way
incidentally (used to introduce a minor topic not connected with what was being spoken about previously)
oh, by the way, while you were away I had a message.
during the course of a journey
you will have a fine view of Moray Firth by the way.
come one's way
happen or become available to one
he did whatever jobs came his way.
find a way
discover a means of obtaining one's object
get (或 have) one's own way
get or do what one wants in spite of opposition
yield to someone or something
he was not a man to give way to this kind of pressure.
allow someone or something to be or go first
give way to traffic coming from the right.
(of rowers) row hard
go all (或 the whole) way
continue a course of action to its conclusion
go out of one's way
[usu. with infinitive]make a special effort to do something
Mrs Mott went out of her way to be courteous to Sara.
go one's own way
act independently or as one wishes, especially against contrary advice
go one's way
(of events, circumstances, etc.) be favourable to one
I was just hoping things went my way.
one by one the staff went their way.
go someone's way
travel in the same direction as someone
wait for Owen, he's going your way.
I think you're way off base. Try again!
Sorry. You are way off. You shoutd just give up.
Susan did not like the paintings at the show because they were too way-out for her.
You got four tickets for the concert? Way out!
That guy is way out—can't even walk.
She was so way-out ，she was almost unconscious.
in a big way
I'm really interested in her in a big way.
way to go.
That's the way to go. You guys built the airport so quickly.
all the way
The door opened all the way.
He was all the way back to normal.
know ones way around
He's been at the job for two years but still doesn't know his way around.
manner, method, way, mode, fashion, means, approach
path, road, way, street, highway, avenue, motorway, route, lane, pavement, trail
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