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Meaning of “way out” - Learner’s Dictionary

way out

noun [C]    
DOOR UK ( UK/US exit)
a door that takes you out of a buildingDoors and parts of doors
SITUATION
a way of avoiding doing something unpleasant: I'm supposed to be going to this meeting at 2.00 and I'm looking for a way out.Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
Translations of “way out”
in Korean 출구…
in Arabic مَخرَج…
in Portuguese saída…
in Catalan sortida…
in Japanese 出口…
in Italian uscita…
in Russian выход, способ увильнуть…
in Turkish çıkış, çıkış kapısı, kaçış yolu…
in Polish wyjście, wykręt…
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