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English definition of “way”

way

noun [C] (MANNER)   /weɪ/
a particular manner , characteristic , or fashion : I like the way your hair is fixed . Jack and Beth feel the same way about animals . There is no way I can leave her. They don’t write songs the way they used to. Your way is also the ability to do things in the manner you want : My little sister gets furious if she doesn’t get her way.
(Definition of way noun (MANNER) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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