Focus on the pronunciation of right of way
English definition of “right of way”
right of way
noun (plural rights of way) LAW
› [U] the legal right to cross land that does not belong to you: These people walked on private land and had no right of way.
› [C] a path that you are legally allowed to use to cross land that does not belong to you: Walkers using a public right of way left a gate open.
› [U] TRANSPORT the legal right to go along or across a road first, before other road users: An oncoming pickup with the right of way tried to avoid them, but the vehicles collided. Who has right of way?