Definition of go one's way in English:

go one's way

  • 1(Of events, circumstances, etc.) be favourable to one: I was just hoping things went my way
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    • I had nothing to lose and everything to gain, and I was fortunate that events went my way with injuries.
    • Even this might have been lost had events not gone their way.
    • His pleasure when events went his way was the uncomplicated pleasure of a child or a boastful teenager.
  • 2Leave: one by one the staff went their way
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    • Clyde and Sally went their way, while Jason walked Janice home.
    • When they had gone their way, I set off up to the old town.
    • So he went his way.
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