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one-way US English

Moving or allowing movement in one direction only

in a way in way US English

To a certain extent, but not altogether or completely (used to reduce the effect of a statement)

go someone's way in way US English

Travel in the same direction as someone

in the way in way US English

Forming an obstacle or hindrance to movement or action

in someone/something's way in way US English

If regarded from a particular standpoint appropriate to that person or thing

on the way in way US English

In the course of a journey

go one's way US English

(Of events, circumstances, etc.) be favorable to one

feel one's way in feel US English

Find one’s way by touch rather than sight

feel one's way US English

Find one’s way by touch rather than sight

pay its way in pay1 US English

(Of an enterprise or person) earn enough to cover its (or one’s) costs

come one's way US English

Happen or become available to one

get one's way US English

Get or do what one wants in spite of opposition

come one's way in way US English

Happen or become available to one

get one's way in way US English

Get or do what one wants in spite of opposition

lose one's way in lose US English

Become lost; fail to reach one’s destination

lose one's way US English

Become lost; fail to reach one’s destination

on the way out in way US English

In the process of leaving

out of one's way in way US English

Not on one’s intended route

be on one's way US English

Have started one’s journey

go one's own way US English

Act independently or as one wishes, especially against contrary advice

out of one's way US English

Not on one’s intended route

be on one's way in way US English

Have started one’s journey

go one's own way in way US English

Act independently or as one wishes, especially against contrary advice

have one's way with in way US English

Have sexual intercourse with (someone) (typically implying that it is against their wishes or better judgment)

one way and another in way US English

Taking most aspects or considerations into account

have one's way with US English

Have sexual intercourse with (someone) (typically implying that it is against their wishes or better judgment)

one way and another US English

Taking most aspects or considerations into account

in a way US English

To a certain extent, but not altogether or completely (used to reduce the effect of a statement)

know one's way around in know US English

Be familiar with (an area, procedure, or subject)

know one's way around US English

Be familiar with (an area, procedure, or subject)

rub someone the wrong way in rub US English

Irritate or repel someone as by stroking a cat against the lie of its fur

put someone in the way of in way US English

Give someone the opportunity of

go out of one's way US English

Make a special effort to do something

go out of one's way in way US English

Make a special effort to do something

go on one's merry way in merry US English

Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences

go on one's merry way US English

Carry on with a course of action regardless of the consequences

muscle in/into in muscle US English

Force one’s way into (something), typically in order to gain an advantage

see one's way clear to do something in see1 US English

Find that it is possible or convenient to do something (often used in polite requests)

to someone's way of thinking in way US English

In someone’s (or one’s) opinion

edge US English

Move gradually, carefully, or furtively in a particular direction

find one's way in find US English

Reach one’s destination by one’s own efforts, without knowing in advance how to get there

pick one's way in pick1 US English

Walk slowly and carefully, selecting the best or safest places to put one’s feet

pay its way US English

(Of an enterprise or person) earn enough to cover its (or one’s) costs

bull1 US English

Push or drive powerfully or violently

claw one's way in claw US English

Make one’s way with difficulty by hauling oneself forward with one’s hands

worm US English

Move with difficulty by crawling or wriggling

go someone's way US English

Travel in the same direction as someone


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