waynounuk us /weɪ/
way noun (ROUTE)
way noun (DISTANCE)
- We have an idea to develop a talking book, but a marketable product is a long way down the road.
- Are we anywhere near finishing yet or is there still some way to go?
- It's a heck of a long way to the nearest shop from here.
- We're still a long way from the station.
- Scientists say that a cure for the disease is still a long way off.
- (in) the middle of nowhere idiom
- all/the four corners of the world/earth idiom
- as far as the eye can/could see idiom
- light years away idiom
- the back of beyond idiom
- you're getting colder idiom
way noun (POSSIBILITY)
way noun (MANNER)
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way noun (METHOD)
- There are many ways of tackling this problem.
- He found calorie-counting the best way of losing weight.
- One way to get rich is to marry money.
- We must find ways of keeping our expenditure in check.
- Drug smugglers constantly use their ingenuity to find new ways of getting drugs into a country.
way noun (FREE SPACE)
- As she left the court, she was confronted by angry crowds who tried to block her way.
- Your head is in the way of the TV. Please can you move?
- I had to grope my way up the dark stairs.
- The children will be here soon - you'd better put that plate out of harm's way.
- They gave a great heave and rolled the boulder out of the way.
way noun (WANT)
way noun (CONDITION)
wayadverbuk us /weɪ/
way adverb (EMPHASIS)
way adverb (PLACE)