ways

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Englisch - Türkisch
doğru
adetler
alışkanlıklar
yol

İnsanlar iletişim kurmak pek çok şeye sahiptir ve bunun için çok yola sahiptir. - People have many things to communicate and many ways to do so.

Onlar yaşam için yeni yollar denemek istediler. - They wanted to try new ways of living.

mesafe
huylar
yollar

Çeşitli farklı yollardan onun evine gidebilirsin. - You can get to her house in a variety of different ways.

Onlar yaşam için yeni yollar denemek istediler. - They wanted to try new ways of living.

yönünde
yolları
way
gidişat
way
yön

Yöntem biri, bir ikiyi, iki üçü, ve üç sayısız şeyleri üretir. - The Way produces one, one produces two, two produces three, and three produces the myriad things.

Birçok yönden bana benzerdi. - She was similar to me in many ways.

way
usul

Biz onu usulüne göre yapıyoruz. - We're doing it the right way.

İşleri bizim usulümüzle yapmak zorunda kalacaksın. - You'll have to do things our way.

way
yöntem

Sorunu yapma yöntemini bildiğim tek yolla ele aldım. - I handled the problem the only way I knew how.

Biz bunu son kez senin yönteminle denedik ve işe yaramadı. - We tried it your way last time and it didn't work.

way
taraf

Elbiselerimi değiştirirken diğer tarafa bakar mısın? - Would you mind looking the other way while I change my clothes?

Tom'un, kendisiyle konuşulduğunda başka bir tarafa bakma huyu vardı. - Tom had a propensity for looking the other way when spoken to.

way
tarz

Kısa sürede yaşam tarzına alıştı. - She soon adjusted to his way of life.

Çok mantıklı bir düşünme tarzın var. - You have a very logical way of thinking.

way
yol

20. yüzyılın ortalarından beri Pekin'de su kuyusu sayısı önemli ölçüde düşmüş ve yeni yol ve binalar için bir yol yapmak için yıkılmışlardır. - Since the mid-20th century, the number of hutongs in Beijing has dropped dramatically as they are demolished to make way for new roads and buildings.

Bereket versin ki, yolda fırtınayla karşılaşmadılar. - Fortunately they had no storms on the way.

ways out
yollar
ways to torture a cat
kedilere işkence yöntemleri
ways and means
yollar ve yöntemler
ways and means
(Ticaret) geliri çoğaltma usulleri
ways and means
(Ticaret) para bulma araçları
ways and means
(Ticaret) yollar ve araçlar
ways and means
(deyim) bir isi basari ile yapmanin yollari (cogu zaman resmi olmayan yollar)
ways to increase production
üretimi artırma yolları
way
ilerleme

Üniversiteye yavaş yavaş ilerleme katettim. - I worked my way through college.

Rusçamın hâlâ iyi olmadığını biliyorum fakat kaydettiğim ilerlemeden oldukça mutluyum. - I know my Russian still has a long way to go, but I’m pretty happy with the progress I’ve made.

way
{i} davranış tarzı

Tom'un son zamanlardaki davranış tarzı hakkında ne düşünüyorsun? - What do you think of the way Tom has been behaving lately?

Onların ona davranış tarzı hakkında söylendi. - He grumbled about the way they treated him.

way
{i} yol: on the way to Bolu Bolu yolu üzerinde
way
gelenek

Bir dil öğrenmenin geleneksel yolu olsa olsa birinin görev duygusunu tatmin edebilir ama o bir sevinç kaynağı olarak hizmet edemez. Ayrıca muhtemelen başarılı olmayacaktır. - The traditional way of learning a language may satisfy at most one's sense of duty, but it can hardly serve as a source of joy. Nor will it likely be successful.

way
adet
adopt western ways
alafrangalaşmak
european ways
alafrangalık
in different ways
değişik şekillerde
in some ways
bir bakıma
quite a ways
epey bir mesafede
quite a ways
oldukça uzakta
quite a ways
epey uzakta
way
durum

Bir kişinin bir şeye bakış şekli onun durumuna bağlıdır. - A person's way of looking at something depends on his situation.

Köylülerin durumu birçok yönden on yıl öncesine göre daha iyi. - The situation of the villagers is better than ten years ago in many ways.

way
uygunsuz
way
para temini
way
husus
have it both ways
her iki durumdan da yararlanmak
in some ways
bazı bakımlardan
mend one's ways
davranış şeklini düzeltmek
variety of ways
çeşitli biçimler
way
mesafe

İstasyon az bir mesafede. - The station is a little way off.

Göl buradan uzun bir mesafedir. - The lake is a long way from here.

way
uzak mesafede
way
sayak
way
uzakta

Tom buradan uzakta yaşamaktadır. - Tom lives a long way from here.

O çok uzakta yaşıyor. - He lives a long way away.

way
itiyat
way
{i} yapılış şekli
way
{i} davranış

Onların ona davranış tarzı hakkında söylendi. - He grumbled about the way they treated him.

Tom Mary'nin davranış biçimini kesinlikle onaylamadı. - Tom certainly didn't approve of the way Mary was behaving.

way
{i} iş alanı
Other times other ways
(Atasözü) Eski camlar bardak oldu
a little ways down the road
(deyim) sayılı dakikalar kala
all the ways
Tüm yolları
all ways
tüm yollar
be set in one's ways
Kendi kurduğu düzenden pek şaşmayan biri olmak
bilge ways
kızak felenkleri
both ways
her iki yönde
breath ways
nefes yolu
deceptive in multiple ways
çeşitli şekillerde aldatıcı
go separate ways
Ayrı yollara gitmek
half ways
yarım yolları
in ways
şekillerde
many ways
birçok yönden
one ways
bir şekilde
separate ways
yolu ayrılmak
some ways
bazı yolları
the ways
yolları
two ways
iki yol
way
bir yol
way
yoldan
way
Epey, oldukça

1. We first met way back in the 70's. 2. I think she is way too cool.

way
yolsuz
way
{i} yön, yan, taraf: Let's go that way. O tarafa gidelim
way
{i} bakım

Kız kardeşim ve ben her bakımdan farklıyız. - My sister and I are different in every way.

Bir bakıma uzun boyunlu ve dişsiz çok büyük çenesi olan dev dinozorlar gibi şu görüntüler ortaya çıktı. - Those shadows appeared in a way like giant dinosaurs, with a long neck and a very big jaw without teeth.

way
{i} civar

Saat dokuz civarında ben tekrar yolumda olacağım. - Around nine o'clock I'll be on my way back again.

Yolumu nehir civarında kaybettim. - It was near the river that I lost my way.

you can't have it both ways
hem nalına hem mıhına
(something) in all ways
nereden baksan
Mend your ways
Davranışlarına dikkat et
all ways fuse
(Askeri) HER VURUŞ DURUMUNDA PATLAYAN TAPA: Özellikle bazı tip hava mermilerinde kullanılan tapa. Mermi hedefe vurduğu zaman bu tapa ne vaziyette olursa olsun, paralama barutunu ateşler
cut both ways
hem lehine, hem aleyhine olmak
cuts both ways
yararı kadar zararı da var
dealing ways
başa çıkma yolları
have it both ways
(deyim) iki isten ayni zamanda yararlanmak,iki isi bir arada yapmak
it cuts both ways
(deyim) atasozu- ayni sey karsisindaki icin de gecerlidir
mend one's ways
(deyim) davranisini ,tavrini duzeltmek
mend your ways
hareketlerini düzelt
parting of the ways
ayrılma noktası; yol ayrımı
parting of the ways
yol ayrımı
way
makam
way
cihet
way
{i} tarz, biçim, şekil: in a polite
way
ileri gitme
way
tarik
way
gemi kızağı
way
halet
way
ways and means mali tedbirler
way
çığır
way
fason
winning ways
kazanma yolları
winning ways
kazandıran yöntemler
Englisch - Englisch
plural form of way
A distance

You still have a ways to go with everything,” I told him.

The timbers of shipyard stocks that slope into the water and along which a ship or large boat is launched
structure consisting of a sloping way down to the water from the place where ships are built or repaired n is between 2 and infinity; "They split the loot four ways
the property of distance in general; "it's a long way to Moscow"; "he went a long ways"
The machined abutments on which a sliding brake caliper rides
plural of way
It is often used interchangeably with wise; as, endways or endwise; noways or nowise, etc
The timbers along which a boat is launched. (Websters)
Machined bearing surfaces used on machining equipment One surface is fixed and the other slides along it Dovetail slides are common
A suffix formed from way by the addition of the adverbial -s (see -wards)
Variant of way
1) The maximum number of combinations of channels on a lighting installation (UK) 2) See Channel
structure consisting of a sloping way down to the water from the place where ships are built or repaired
n is between 2 and infinity; "They split the loot four ways"
ways of life
plural form of way of life
ways of the world
plural form of way of the world
Ways and Means Committee
a group of representatives in the government of a US state or in Congress who must find money for the government to spend
ways and means
various methods, different methods particularly to meet expenses
ways and means
resources available to meet expenses (especially legislation for raising revenue for a government)
ways and means committee
{i} permanent committee of the U.S. House of Representatives that recommends to said House on all bills that would raise income
ways and means committee
a permanent committee of the United States House of Representatives that makes recommendations to the House on all bills that would raise revenue
God works in mysterious ways
Expressing that a seemingly unfortunate or unfavourable situation or change may be beneficial later or in the long run

Person B: Well, God works in mysterious ways - maybe it'll be the kick you need to apply to university.

God works in mysterious ways
Expressing confidence that a conundrum has a solution despite it not being apparent
Way
the South Downs Way

We're walking along the Way now.

in ways
to some extent, partially
mend one's ways
To recognise one's failings and attempt to remedy them
no two ways about it
No other possible action, choice or option

There's no two ways about it. We'll have to start over from the very beginning.

other days, other ways
People of the past thought and acted differently
right of ways
plural form of right of way
set in one's ways
Driven by habit; inclined or determined to continue according to one's custom or established preferences

He's as set in his ways now as a little old man.

six ways till Sunday
Alternative form of six ways to Sunday
six ways to Sunday
thoroughly, completely, in every way imaginable

Her eyes were the color of bittersweet chocolate, made up in that sexy smudged I've-just-been-fucked-six-ways-from-Sunday look that I could never emulate without looking like I'd been sucker punched.

way
Possiblility (usually in the phrases 'any way' and 'no way')
way
To travel

on a time as they together way'd, / He made him open chalenge .

way
very

I'm way tired.

way
An unspecified distance

It's a long way to Tipperary, / it's a long way to go.

way
Much

I'm a way better singer than she.

way
The means to navigate a path
way
Speed

Ten minutes into the run Tang slowed, Welch calling out her speed as she lost way.

way
A method of doing something
way
{n} a road, passage, means, method, custom
God works in mysterious ways
God works in a divine manner which is not always clear to human beings
Way
tao
at the parting of the ways
at the point of separation, at the point of going different directions
both ways
in two directions; back and forth, round-trip
changed his ways
changed his manner of behaving, altered his way of acting
cut both ways
succeed in two different ways
fell into bad ways
chose a life of crime
had it both ways
had everything he wanted
mend one's ways
{f} correct one's past errors, behave in a new and improved manner
mend your ways
correct your past errors, behave in a new and improved manner
no two ways about it
there is no other way, this is the only way
parting of the ways
crossroads, point where each must go his separate way
soap the ways
make all necessary arrangements (Slang)
way
course of action or manner, as in: There must be a better way to learn this lesson
way
You use by way of when you are explaining the purpose of something that you have said or are about to say. For example, if you say something by way of an introduction, you say it as an introduction. `I get very superstitious about things like that,' she said by way of explanation
way
{i} path; lane; road; track; method, procedure, manner; direction; distance; style or manner particular to someone or something; progress
way
If you keep out of someone's way or stay out of their way, you avoid them or do not get involved with them. I'd kept out of his way as much as I could He warned the army to stay out of the way of the relief effort
way
That by, upon, or along, which one passes or processes; opportunity or room to pass; place of passing; passage; road, street, track, or path of any kind; as, they built a way to the mine
way
If you lose your way, you take a wrong or unfamiliar route, so that you do not know how to get to the place that you want to go to. If you find your way, you manage to get to the place that you want to go to. The men lost their way in a sandstorm and crossed the border by mistake
way
to a great degree or by a great distance; very much (`right smart' is regional in the United States); "way over budget"; "way off base"; "the other side of the hill is right smart steeper than the side we are on
way
If you refer to a way of doing something, you are referring to how you can do it, for example the action you can take or the method you can use to achieve it. Another way of making new friends is to go to an evening class I worked myself into a frenzy plotting ways to make him jealous I can't think of a worse way to spend my time There just might be a way `All right, Mrs Bates,' she said. `We'll do it your way'
way
To get in the way of something means to make it difficult for it to happen, continue, or be appreciated properly. She had a job which never got in the way of her leisure interests
way
If an object that is supporting something gives way, it breaks or collapses, so that it can no longer support that thing. The hook in the ceiling had given way and the lamp had fallen blazing on to the table
way
emphasis You use all the way to emphasize how long a distance is. He had to walk all the way home
way
how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
way
A continuous system of rail tracks between breakover point and an endpoint, allowing train movement from breakover point to the endpoint without turnings back
way
If something or someone is on the way out or on their way out, they are likely to disappear or to be replaced very soon. There are encouraging signs that cold war attitudes are on the way out
way
If you split something a number of ways, you divide it into a number of different parts or quantities, usually fairly equal in size. The region was split three ways, between Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria Splitting the price six ways had still cost them each a bundle. Way is also a combining form. a simple three-way division
way
If you say that someone or something has come a long way, you mean that they have developed, progressed, or become very successful. He has come a long way since the days he could only afford one meal a day
way
Course or direction of motion or process; tendency of action; advance
way
The longitudinal guides, or guiding surfaces, on the bed of a planer, lathe, or the like, along which a table or carriage moves
way
disapproval If you say that someone has lost their way, you are criticizing them because they do not have any good ideas any more, or seem to have become unsure about what to do. Why has the White House lost its way on tax and budget policy?
way
The means by which anything is reached, or anything is accomplished; scheme; device; plan
way
If a general statement or description is true in a particular way, this is the form of it that is true in a particular case. Computerized reservation systems help airline profits in several ways She was afraid in a way that was quite new to her
way
to see the error of your ways: see error. way of the warrior Appian Way Blessing Way Milky Way Galaxy Religion of the Heavenly Way
way
a journey or passage; "they are on the way" a course of conduct; "the path of virtue"; "we went our separate ways"; "our paths in life led us apart"; "genius usually follows a revolutionary path" any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage from one place to another; "he said he was looking for the way out" the property of distance in general; "it's a long way to Moscow"; "he went a long ways" doing as one pleases or chooses; "if I had my way" a general category of things; used in the expression `in the way of'; "they didn't have much in the way of clothing" a portion of something divided into shares; "the split the loot three ways" the condition of things generally; "that's the way it is"; "I felt the same way" to a great degree or by a great distance; very much (`right smart' is regional in the United States); "way over budget"; "way off base"; "the other side of the hill is right smart steeper than the side we are on
way
You use way in expressions such as in some ways, in many ways, and in every way to indicate the degree or extent to which a statement is true. In some ways, the official opening is a formality She described her lover as `perfect in every way'. = respect
way
You use in the same way to introduce a situation that you are comparing with one that you have just mentioned, because there is a strong similarity between them. There is no reason why a gifted aircraft designer should also be a capable pilot. In the same way, a brilliant pilot can be a menace behind the wheel of a car. = likewise
way
Way is used in expressions such as a long way, a little way, and quite a way, to say how far away in time something is. Success is still a long way off August is still an awfully long way away
way
If something happens on the way or along the way, it happens during the course of a particular event or process. You may have to learn a few new skills along the way
way
emphasis You can say no way as an emphatic way of saying no. Mike, no way am I playing cards with you for money
way
Movement through the water
way
If you go or look a particular way, you go or look in that direction. As he strode into the kitchen, he passed Pop coming the other way They paused at the top of the stairs, doubtful as to which way to go next Could you look this way?
way
The ways of a particular person or group of people are their customs or their usual behaviour. He denounces people who urge him to alter his ways He said he was against returning to old authoritarian ways
way
If someone says that you can't have it both ways, they are telling you that you have to choose between two things and cannot do or have them both. Countries cannot have it both ways: the cost of a cleaner environment may sometimes be fewer jobs in dirty industries
way
You use one way or the other or one way or another to refer to two possible decisions or conclusions that have previously been mentioned, without stating which one is reached or preferred. We've got to make our decision one way or the other I didn't really care one way or another
way
how a result is obtained or an end is achieved; "a means of control"; "an example is the best agency of instruction"; "the true way to success"
way
The way you feel about something is your attitude to it or your opinion about it. I'm terribly sorry -- I had no idea you felt that way
way
If a moving person, a vehicle, or its driver gives way, they slow down or stop in order to allow other people or vehicles to pass in front of them. Give way to traffic coming from the left
way
emphasis You can use by a long way to emphasize that something is, for example, much better, worse, or bigger than any other thing of that kind. It was, by a long way, the worst meeting I have ever attended
way
vagueness If you say that something is true in a way, you mean that although it is not completely true, it is true to a limited extent or in certain respects. You use in a way to reduce the force of a statement. In a way, I suppose I'm frightened of failing It made things very unpleasant in a way
way
If you know your way around a particular subject, system, or job, or if you know your way about it, you know all the procedures and facts about it. He knows his way around the intricate maze of European law
way
If someone gets their way or has their way, nobody stops them doing what they want to do. You can also say that someone gets their own way or has their own way. She is very good at using her charm to get her way
way
Away
way
the property of distance in general; "it's a long way to Moscow"; "he went a long ways"
way
You can refer to the direction you are travelling in as your way. She would say she was going my way and offer me a lift
way
You use in the way of or by way of in order to specify the kind of thing you are talking about. Latvia is a country without much in the way of natural resources Meetings held today produced little in the way of an agreement The man with whom she maintains a relationship provides nothing by way of support
way
Regular course; habitual method of life or action; plan of conduct; mode of dealing
way
When something is out of the way, it has finished or you have dealt with it, so that it is no longer a problem or needs no more time spent on it. The plan has to remain confidential at least until the local elections are out of the way
way
If you lead the way along a particular route, you go along it in front of someone in order to show them where to go. She grabbed his suitcase and led the way
way
You use the other way around or the other way round to refer to the opposite of what you have just said. You'd think you were the one who did me the favor, and not the other way around
way
a journey or passage; "they are on the way"
way
You use way to refer to one particular opinion or interpretation of something, when others are possible. I suppose that's one way of looking at it With most of Dylan's lyrics, however, there are other ways of interpreting the words Sometimes, the bank manager just doesn't see it your way
way
Movement of a vessel through the water Technically it is underway when not at anchor, aground, or made fast to the shore The common usage is interpreted as progress through the water: Headway when going forward and Sternway when going backward
way
You talk about people going their different ways in order to say that their lives develop differently and they have less contact with each other. It wasn't until we each went our separate ways that I began to learn how to do things for myself You go your way and I'll go mine
way
the condition of things generally; "that's the way it is"; "I felt the same way"
way
approval If you say that a particular type of action or development is the way forward, you approve of it because it is likely to lead to success. people who genuinely believe that anarchy is the way forward
way
Possiblility (usually in the phrases any way and no way)
way
Manner; method; mode; fashion; style; as, the way of expressing one's ideas
way
emphasis You can use way to emphasize, for example, that something is a great distance away or is very much below or above a particular level or amount. Way down in the valley to the west is the town of Freiburg These exam results are way above average
way
space for movement; "room to pass"; "make way for"; "hardly enough elbow room to turn around"
way
If you say that someone gets in the way or is in the way, you are annoyed because their presence or their actions stop you doing something properly. `We wouldn't get in the way,' Suzanne promised. `We'd just stand quietly in a corner.'
way
doing as one pleases or chooses; "if I had my way"
way
If you say that something goes a long way towards doing a particular thing, you mean that it is an important factor in achieving that thing. Although by no means a cure, it goes a long way towards making the patient's life more tolerable
way
any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage from one place to another; "he said he was looking for the way out"
way
a trace maintained solely by the passage of vehicles that has not been improved and/or maintained by mechanical means to ensure relatively regular and continuous use
way
1 An open path between two Shadows 2 (us pl ) Collection of places in different shadows forming a single building or castle, e g Mandor Ways, Ways of Sawall
way
A tradition within the modern pagan faith of Heathenry, dedication to a specific deity or craft, Way of wyrd, Way of runes, Way of Thor etc
way
If you go out of your way to do something, for example to help someone, you make a special effort to do it. He was very kind to me and seemed to go out of his way to help me
way
If you talk about the way someone does something, you are talking about the qualities their action has. She smiled in a friendly way He had a strange way of talking
way
You can use that way and this way to refer to a statement or comment that you have just made. Some of us have habits few people know about and we keep it this way We have a beautiful city and we pray it stays that way
way
approval If you say that a person has a way with something or someone, you mean that that person seems to have a natural skill or instinct for dealing with them. Constance doesn't have a way with words like you do
way
a course of conduct; "the path of virtue"; "we went our separate ways"; "our paths in life led us apart"; "genius usually follows a revolutionary path"
way
Right of way
way
If one person or thing makes way for another, the first is replaced by the second. He said he was prepared to make way for younger people in the party
way
Length of space; distance; interval; as, a great way; a long way
way
a general category of things; used in the expression `in the way of'; "they didn't have much in the way of clothing"
way
If you say that someone or something has a way of doing a particular thing, you mean that they often do it. Bosses have a way of always finding out about such things
way
Movement of a vessel through the water, such as headway, sternway, or leeway
way
Sphere or scope of observation
way
If you are on your way, you have started your journey somewhere. He has been allowed to leave the country and is on his way to Britain By sunrise tomorrow we'll be on our way
way
disapproval If you say that someone takes the easy way out, you disapprove of them because they do what is easiest for them in a difficult situation, rather than dealing with it properly. It is the easy way out to blame others for our failure
way
A path
way
To go or travel to; to go in, as a way or path
way
You say by the way when you add something to what you are saying, especially something that you have just thought of. The name Latifah, by the way, means `delicate' By the way, how did your seminar go? = incidentally
way
Way is used in expressions such as a long way, a little way, and quite a way, to say how far away something is or how far you have travelled. Some of them live in places quite a long way from here A little way further down the lane we passed the driveway to a house
way
To move; to progress; to go
way
You use way in expressions such as push your way, work your way, or eat your way, followed by a prepositional phrase or adverb, in order to indicate movement, progress, or force as well as the action described by the verb. She thrust her way into the crowd He thought we were trying to buy our way into his company
way
You use way in expressions such as the right way up and the other way around to refer to one of two or more possible positions or arrangements that something can have. The flag was held the wrong way up by some spectators It's important to fit it the right way round
way
You can use that way or this way to refer to an action or situation that you have just mentioned, when you go on to mention the likely consequence or effect of it. Keep the soil moist. That way, the seedling will flourish
way
If an activity or plan is under way, it has begun and is now taking place. A full-scale security operation is now under way The court case got under way last autumn
way
a line leading to a place or point; "he looked the other direction"; "didn't know the way home"
way
When you make your way somewhere, you walk or travel there. He made his way home at last
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emphasis Every which way and any which way are used to emphasize that something happens, or might happen, in a lot of different ways, or using a lot of different methods. He re-ran the experiment every which way he could
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to a great degree; distant, remote (Informal)
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If you clear the way, open the way, or prepare the way for something, you create an opportunity for it to happen. The talks are meant to clear the way for formal negotiations on a new constitution The decision could open the way for other children to sue their parents
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If something is on the way, it will arrive soon. The forecasters say more snow is on the way She is married with twin sons and a third child on the way
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You use way in expressions such as all the way, most of the way and half the way to refer to the extent to which an action has been completed. He had unscrewed the caps most of the way When was the last time you listened to an album all the way through?
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If a person or group leads the way in a particular activity, they are the first person or group to do it or they make the most new developments in it. Sony has also led the way in shrinking the size of compact-disc players
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If you give way to someone or something that you have been resisting, you stop resisting and allow yourself to be persuaded or controlled by them. It seems the President has given way to pressure from the hardliners = give in, yield
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Generally, it refers to the Way of Bodhi or enlightenment leading to Nirvana through spiritual stages, and even to Buddhahood through Bodhisattva's practices Sometimes, it is also called the Path, the Road, the Truth, the Reason, the Logos, Cosmic Energy, etc , depending on different circumstances
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a portion of something divided into shares; "the split the loot three ways"
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The timbers on which a ship is launched
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If one thing gives way to another, the first thing is replaced by the second. First he had been numb. Then the numbness gave way to anger
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vagueness You can use one way or another or one way or the other when you want to say that something definitely happens, but without giving any details about how it happens. You know pretty well everyone here, one way or the other
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emphasis You use in no way or not in any way to emphasize that a statement is not at all true. A spokesman insisted the two events were `in no way related'
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If you mention the way that something happens, you are mentioning the fact that it happens. I hate the way he manipulates people You may remember the way each scene ended with someone looking pensive or significant
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If you go your own way, you do what you want rather than what everyone else does or expects. In school I was a loner. I went my own way
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The way somewhere consists of the different places that you go through or the route that you take in order to get there. Does anybody know the way to the bathroom? I'm afraid I can't remember the way We're not even a third of the way there
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very; as in the phrase way too
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The path leading to Supreme Enlightenment, to Buddhahood
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emphasis Every which way is used to emphasize that things move in a lot of different directions or are arranged in a lot of different positions. cars parked every which way
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misused as an intensifier
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emphasis If you say that something is a long way from being true, you are emphasizing that it is definitely not true. She is a long way from being the richest person in Britain
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If something comes your way, you get it or receive it. Take advantage of the opportunities coming your way in a couple of months If I run into anything that might interest you, I'll send it your way
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emphasis You can use all the way to emphasize that your remark applies to every part of a situation, activity, or period of time. Having started a revolution we must go all the way
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You use either way in order to introduce a statement which is true in each of the two possible or alternative cases that you have just mentioned. The sea may rise or the land may fall; either way the sand dunes will be gone in a short time
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A moving; passage; procession; journey
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emphasis If you say there's no way that something will happen, you are emphasizing that you think it will definitely not happen. There was absolutely no way that we were going to be able to retrieve it
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If someone or something is in the way, they prevent you from moving forward or seeing clearly. `You're standing in the way,' she said. `Would you mind moving aside' Get out of my way!
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If you refer to someone's way, you are referring to their usual or preferred type of behaviour. She is now divorced and, in her usual resourceful way, has started her own business Direct confrontation was not his way
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If you are on your way or well on your way to something, you have made so much progress that you are almost certain to achieve that thing. I am now out of hospital and well on the way to recovery
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Determined course; resolved mode of action or conduct; as, to have one's way
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The movement of a vessel under control
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Longitudinal surface that guides the reciprocal movement of a machine part
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Progress; as, a ship has way
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You use way when mentioning one of a number of possible, alternative results or decisions. There is no indication which way the vote could go The judge could have decided either way
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If someone changes their ways or mends their ways, they permanently improve their behaviour or their way of doing something. What can be done to encourage convicted offenders to change their ways? = reform
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    Türkische aussprache

    weyz

    Aussprache

    /ˈwāz/ /ˈweɪz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'wA ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English weg; akin to Old High German weg way, Old English wegan to move, Latin vehere to carry, via way.

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