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endways

adverb uk   /ˈend.weɪz/ ( US also endwise) us  
with the end, rather than the side, facing or touching: Looking at the sofa endways (on), I don't think it'll go through the door.
Translations of “endways”
in Chinese (Traditional) 末端朝前, 末端朝上, 豎著…
in Chinese (Simplified) 末端朝前, 末端朝上, 竖着…
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