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  1. way

    • IPA[weɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      a method, style, or manner of doing something; an optional or alternative form of action;one's characteristic or habitual manner of behaviour 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

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    • 1. informal 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
    • informal much I was cycling way too fast
    • informal extremely; really (used for emphasis) the guys behind the bar were way cool
    • suf.
      equivalent to -ways

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • suf.
      equivalent to -ways

    Oxford Dictionary

    • suf.
      forming adjectives and adverbs of direction or manner: edgeways lengthways

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • suf.
      forming adjectives and adverbs of direction or manner: edgeways lengthways

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (of a support or structure) be unable to carry a load or withstand a force; collapse or break

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      yield to someone or something

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      moving or allowing movement in one direction only: a one-way valve

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      moving or allowing movement in one direction only: a one-way valve a one-way street

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[wā]

    美式

    • n.
      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
    • adv.
      at or to a considerable distance or extent; far (used before an adverb or preposition for ... his understanding of what constitutes good writing is way off target my grandchildren are way ahead of others their age

    Oxford American Dictionary