Complete Definition of "way"

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English

rank|how|long|am|121|way|even|say|well

Alternative spellings
waye (obsolete)

Pronunciation
AHD|wÄ, IPA|/weɪ/, SAMPA|/weI/
audio|en-us-way.ogg|Audio (US)
:rhymes|eɪ

Homophones
weigh
wey
whey (in accents with the wine-whine merger)

Etymology
OE. weg#Old English|weġ. Cognate with Dutch weg, German Weg, Swedish väg.

Noun
en-noun

  1. A path.
  2. A method of doing something.
  3. The means to navigate a path.
  4. Possiblility (usually in the phrases 'any way' and 'no way').

Quotations
(means to navigate a path) "Do you know the way to San Jose?" <nowiki>[</nowiki>w:Do You Know the Way to San Jose|song title and lyric, w:Burt Bacharach|Bacharach and w:Hal David|David]

Derived terms
top2
every which way
right of way
give way
in the way
have one's way
have one's wicked way
mid2
no way
on the way
runway
slipway
taxiway
Way of the Cross

Translations
trans-top|wide path
Albanian: rrugë
Arabic: ARchar|طرÙÙ unicode|(Êaríeq)
Basque: bide
Catalan: via f, camí m
Chinese:

Croatian: t-|hr|put|m
Czech: t+|cs|cesta|f
Dutch: t+|nl|weg
Esperanto: t-|eo|vojo|xs=Esperanto
Finnish: t+|fi|tie
French: voie f, chemin 'm''
German: t+|de|Weg|m
Guaraní: tape
Hawaiian: ala#Hawaiian|ala
Hindi: बाठ(bÄá¹­a)
Hungarian: t+|hu|út
trans-mid
Indonesian: t+|id|jalan|xs=Indonesian
Interlingua: cammino, via
Italian: t+|it|via|f
Japanese: é (michi)
Korean: 길 (gil)
Kurdish: KUchar|ÚÛÚ¯Ùâ
Latin: t-|la|via|f
Maori: t-|mi|ara|xs=Maori
Old English: t-|ang|Æ¿eg|m|xs=Old English
Polish: t+|pl|droga|f
Portuguese: caminho m, via#Portuguese|via f
Russian: пÑÑÑ (putâ) m
Slovene: t+|sl|pot
Spanish: t+|es|camino|m, t+|es|vía|f
Swedish: t+|sv|väg|c
Telugu:t|te|మారà±à°à°®à±|scTelu (maargamu),t|te|దారి|scTelu(daari)
Turkish: yürüyüÅ
trans-bottom

trans-top|method
Arabic: ARchar|طرÙÙØ© unicode|(Êaríeqa) f
Chinese: æ¹æ³ (fÄngfÇ)
Czech: způsob m
Dutch: t+|nl|manier
Finnish: t+|fi|keino
French: t+|fr|manière|f
German: t+|de|Weise|f, t+|de|Art|f, t+|de|Methode|f
Hungarian: mód
Interlingua: maniera, modo
Italian: t+|it|maniera|f
trans-mid
Japanese: æ¹æ³ (ã»ãã»ã, hÅhÅ)
Korean: ë°©ë² (bangbeop)
Kurdish: KUchar|جÛر
Norwegian: måte
Polish: sposób
Portuguese: maneira f, modo m
Russian: ÑпоÑоб (spósob) m
Scots: wey
Spanish: t-|es|manera|f, t+|es|modo|m
Swedish: t+|sv|sätt|n, t+|sv|vis
Telugu:t|te|పదà±à°§à°¤à°¿|sc=Telu(paddhati)
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means
Interlingua: medio
Portuguese: meio m
Spanish: medios m

Adverb
way

  1. slang very; as in the phrase way too.

#:"I'm way tired"
#:"I'm way too tired to do that."

Translations

German: t+|de|sehr
Interlingua: multo, assatis
mid
Kurdish: KUchar|ÛÙâکجار
Portuguese: muito, bastante, assaz
Spanish: t+|es|muy

Category:100 English basic words
Category:English homophones


Tz'utujil

Noun
way

  1. tortilla

Synonyms
away

ang:way
ar:way
zh-min-nan:way
de:way
fa:way
fr:way
ko:way
io:way
id:way
it:way
kk:way
ku:way
lt:way
hu:way
ja:way
pl:way
pt:way
ru:way
simple:way
fi:way
ta:way
te:way
vi:way
tr:way
uk:way
zh:way

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