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  • 61 way — Questioning the truth of something. Also confirming the truth of something. Can be substituted for really. I got with Veronica Vaughn last night. No way! Way …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 62 way — I. , sb. == road. RG. 7, 391; ‘to fly his way.’ O. and N. 308. ‘Do way,’ an expression like our ‘Get along with you.’ Alys. 7646; pl. ‘weyre.’ Body and Soul, 63 II. , sb. == mass? Ritson’s AS. viii. 31. AS. wæcg …

    Oldest English Words

  • 63 way — See oil way one way clutch …

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  • 64 way in — noun an entrance See Also: way out …

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  • 65 Way — noun the Were walking along the Way now …

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  • 66 way — See way, ways, weigh …

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  • 67 Way — Recorded in many forms including Way, Waye, Wey, Weigh, Attaway, Bitheway, Byway (English) Weg, Wegman and Wegmann (German), Van der Weghe, Van der Wegen and Wegman (Dutch) Wegsman (Askenasic) and possibly others including the English Wayman,… …

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  • 68 way to go — Canadian Slang [wai too goe] Said at hockey and baseball games You scored? Way to go!! …

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  • 69 way — [OE] In common with German and Dutch weg, Swedish väg, and Danish vej, way goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *wegaz. This was formed from the base *weg ‘move, carry’ (source also of English waggon, wee, and weigh), which in turn was descended… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 70 Way to go! — int Good going, nice job. Nice 3 pointer, Bev. Way to go! 1950s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 71 way! — exclamation a contradiction of no way! , popularised by the cult US film Wayne s World in 1992 …

    Contemporary slang

  • 72 way- — combining form this intensifier, signifying extremely , was fashionable in youth subcultures in the late 1980s and early 1990s, particularly in the catchphrase way cool …

    Contemporary slang

  • 73 way to go — good work, good for you, good going    When Kelly scores a goal, we yell, Way to go, man! …

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  • 74 way n — stand in sb s way, fairway n …

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  • 75 way — n 1. method, manner, mode, fashion, wise; process, procedure, system, Latin, modus operandi, Inf. MO; technique, formula, means; policy, rule, convention, wont, custom. 2. nature, personality, temperament, character, disposition; characteristic,… …

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  • 76 way to go — mainly American spoken used for telling someone that they have done something well, or that you are proud of their achievement Way to go, Mary! Keep up the good work …

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  • 77 -way — Aboriginal English a suffix used to mean in the direction of : Bamaga way …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 78 Way — /weɪ/ (say way) noun Sir Samuel James, 1836–1916, Australian judge and politician, born in England; became chief justice of SA in 1876 and lieutenant governor in 1891 …

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  • 79 way — kelias statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. path; pathway; way vok. Bahn, f; Weglänge, f rus. пробег, m; путь, m pranc. chemin, m; parcours, m …

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  • 80 way — metodas statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Biologijos, chemijos ir fizikos teorijomis bei matematiniu principu pagrįstas tyrimo būdas, kuriuo nustatomos tiriamųjų objektų tam tikros parametrų vertės. atitikmenys: angl. method;… …

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