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  • 1 Way Out — «Way Out» Сингл Roxette из а …

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  • 2 way out — way out1 noun count * 1. ) a way of dealing with a problem: There must be a way out of this mess. the easy way out: Borrowing money was the easy way out. 2. ) BRITISH an EXIT from a place on the/your way out 1. ) while leaving a place: I ll turn… …

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  • 3 way out — plural ways out n 1.) BrE a door or passage through which you leave a building = ↑exit 2.) a way to escape a difficult or bad situation ▪ He was in a dilemma, and could see no way out. 3.) on the/your way out …

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  • 4 way out — plural ways out n 1.) BrE a door or passage through which you leave a building = ↑exit 2.) a way to escape a difficult or bad situation ▪ He was in a dilemma, and could see no way out. 3.) on the/your way out …

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  • 5 Way Out — is a 1961 science fiction television anthology series hosted by horror writer Roald Dahl. The macabre 30 minute shows are bookended by Dahl s dry delivery of a brief monologue, usually explaining a method of murdering a spouse without getting… …

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  • 6 way-out — /way owt /, adj. Informal. 1. advanced in style or technique: way out jazz. 2. exotic or esoteric in character: way out theories on nutrition. [1950 55; adj. use of way out far off; see WAY2, OUT] * * * …

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  • 7 way-out — way out; way out·ness; …

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  • 8 way-out — ☆ way out [wā′out′ ] adj. Informal unconventional, experimental, nonconformist, esoteric, etc …

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  • 9 way out — index egress, loophole, outlet Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 way-out — adj informal very modern, unusual, and strange …

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  • 11 way-out — adj informal very modern, unusual, and strange …

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  • 12 way-out — adjective INFORMAL very strange or unusual …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 13 way-out — way′ out′ adj. Informal. inf exotic or esoteric in character • Etymology: 1950–55 …

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  • 14 way-out — ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ unconventional or avant garde …

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  • 15 way-out — adjective informal terms; strikingly unconventional • Syn: ↑far out, ↑kinky, ↑offbeat, ↑quirky • Similar to: ↑unconventional • Derivationally related forms: ↑quirk …

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  • 16 way out — I UK / US noun [countable] Word forms way out : singular way out plural ways out * 1) British an exit from a place 2) a way of dealing with a problem There must be a way out of this mess. • on the/your way out while leaving a place; no longer… …

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  • 17 way out — AND way out 1. mod. extreme; arcane. □ Some of your ideas are really way out. □ What a way out hairdo. 2. mod. heavily alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ That guy is way out can’t even walk. □ …

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  • 18 way-out — ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe someone or something as way out, you are critical of them because they are very unusual, often in a way that is very modern or fashionable. [INFORMAL] They will not allow your more way out ideas to pass… …

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  • 19 way out — noun (C) BrE 1 a door or a passage through which you can leave a building; exit 2 a way of getting away from a difficult or unpleasant situation see also: take the easy way out easy 1 (6), way out way 1 (4) …

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  • 20 way-out — adjective a) unusual, unconventional or strange Hector is one, way out guy. b) out of the mainstream of society Jenny is a way out kinda gal. See Also …

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