Definition of either way in English:

either way

Whichever of two given alternatives is the case: I’m not sure whether he is trying to be clever or controversial, but either way, such writing smacks of racism
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  • Give your all to one or the other, either way you'll be a great performer!
  • Whether or not the plutocrats will be swayed remains to be seen, but either way BMW has given it its best.
  • Suing for libel is much easier in the UK than in the USA, but either way you would not want it to happen.
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