way noun வழி, சாலை, பாதை, (இச்சொல்லின் மாறுபட்ட பயன்பாட்டை ஆங்கில விளக்கத்துடன் கீழ் பார்க்கவும்)
1(plural ways) a method or style of doing something:
- What is the best way to learn a language?
- He smiled in a friendly way.
2(plural ways) a road or path that you must follow to go to a place:
- Can you tell me the way to the station, please?
- I lost my way and I had to look at the map.
- We stopped for a meal on the way to Bristol.
- Here’s the museum. Where’s the way in?
- I can’t find the way out.
3(plural ways) a direction; where somebody or something is going or looking:
- Come this way.
- She was looking the other way.
- Is this picture the right way up?
- Those two words are the wrong way round.
4(no plural) distance:
- It’s a long way from Glasgow to London.
by the way words that you say when you are going to talk about something different:
- By the way, I had a letter from Ann yesterday.
1to stop and let somebody or something go before you:
- You must give way to traffic coming from the right.
2to agree with somebody when you did not agree before:
- My parents finally gave way and said I could go on holiday with my friends.
- The ladder gave way and Ben fell to the ground.
in the way in front of somebody so that you stop them from seeing something or moving:
- I can’t see – you’re in the way.
no way (informal) a way of saying ‘no’ more strongly:
- ‘Can I borrow your bike?’ ‘No way!’
out of the way no longer stopping somebody from moving or doing something:
- Get out of the way! There’s a car coming!
way of life how people live:
- Is the way of life in Europe different from America?