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  1. way

    • IPA[wā]

    美式

    • n.
      a method, style, or manner of doing something;one's characteristic or habitual manner of behavior or expression
    • adv.
      at or to a considerable distance or extent; far (used before an adverb or preposition for emphasis);much
    • noun: way, plural noun: ways

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a method, style, or manner of doing something:

      there are two ways of approaching this problem

      worry was their way of showing how much they cared

    • 2. one's characteristic or habitual manner of behavior or expression:

      it was not his way to wait passively for things to happen

    • 3. the customary modes of behavior or practices of a group:

      foreigners who adopt French ways

    • 4. the typical manner in which something happens or in which someone or something behaves:

      he was showing off, as is the way with adolescent boys

    • 5. a particular aspect of something; a respect:

      I have changed in every way

    • 6. a specified condition or state:

      the family was in a poor way

    • 7. a road, track, path, or street for traveling along:

      No. 3, Church Way

    • 8. a course of travel or route taken in order to reach a place:

      can you tell me the way to Duffy Square?

    • 9. a specified direction of travel or movement:

      we just missed another car coming the other way

    • 10. a means of entry or exit from somewhere, such as a door or gate:

      we're going in the back way

    • 11. a distance traveled or to be traveled; the distance from one place to another:

      they still had a long way ahead of them

      the area's wine industry still has some way to go to full maturity

    • 12. a period between one point in time and another:

      September was a long way off

    • 13. travel or motion along a particular route; the route along which someone or something would travel if unobstructed:

      Christine tried to follow but Martin blocked her way

    • 14. used with a verb and adverbial phrase to intensify the force of an action or to denote movement or progress:

      I shouldered my way to the bar

    • 15. a particular area or locality:

      I've got a sick cousin over Fayetteville way

    • 16. parts into which something divides or is divided:

      the national vote split three ways

      a five-way bidding war

    • 17. forward or backward motion of a ship or boat through water:

      the dinghy lost way and drifted toward the shore

    • 18. a sloping structure down which a new ship is launched.
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. at or to a considerable distance or extent; far (used before an adverb or preposition for emphasis):

      his understanding of what constitutes good writing is way off target

      my grandchildren are way ahead of others their age

    • 2. much:

      I was cycling way too fast

    • 3. extremely; really (used for emphasis):

      the guys behind the bar were way cool