waynoun

  • ja方法、やり方
  • enthe method, plan, means, route, or manner of doing something or getting somewhere

Examples

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That means I go this way and you go this way.
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I go that way, you go this way?
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Yes.
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Okay.
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The great thing about eggs is that you can prepare them in so many different ways.
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From Benedict to poached, scrambled, fried, hard-boiled, and more,
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there are so many ways that you can make eggs for any meal of the day.
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Hulk went that way. After him!
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Wait, which way?
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That way.
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Sorry, which way?
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That way!
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By the fountain?
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- Yeah, by the fountain! - Okay!
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The proper way to make a martini is to?
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Stir it.
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And he's actually gonna shake it.
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Ugh, ugh!
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Oh...
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What was that?
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Monica knows.
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It's this dumb thing that Ross made up to try to fool our parents.
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It's a way of giving the finger without actually having to give it.
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They want us to do it this way.
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I don’t know that way.
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Why would they change math?
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- Math is math! Math is math! - It's okay, Dad.
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Let's just go for our hands here.
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Clean hands are the best way to separate a white from a yolk.
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When I first learned about all of this,
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it was like looking at a river full of drowning people
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and not having any way of helping them.
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Alright, we're all adults here.
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There's only 1 way to resolve this.
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Since you saw her boobies, I think you're gonna have to show her your pee-pee.

Other meanings for way...

waynoun

  • ja点、面
  • ena particular aspect or part of something being thought about or discussed
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I need you tonight.
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I need you in every way.
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Mind, body, soul,
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but, uh... mostly body.
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So Jessica Biel, your beautiful wife — man, she's beautiful.
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She's the best.
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In every way, she's beautiful.
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I mean, she's like stunningly gorgeous,
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she's so down to earth, so great, just a cool —
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she's a cool girl.
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They were designed to copy human beings in every way, except their emotions.
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The designers reckon that after a few years, they might develop their own emotional responses.
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What really attracted me to this role
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was just the fact that I would be pushing myself in ways I haven't before.
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It was a really fun process,
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because people associate me, Tom Holland, with Spider-Man at this time in my life,
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and they expect me to talk like this,
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"Oh my God, Ned, we gotta go, we gotta go."

wayadverb

  • jaとても、はるかに
  • enextremely; without doubt
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You need to go to a hospital right now.
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I don't want a birth happening around me.
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It's way too gross.
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I'm just at the start of my labor.
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I haven't even had my first contraction.
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There's a party that starts at 3:00.
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Right.
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And then there's a way more fun party that starts at 2:45.
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Right, and if you're interested in the way more fun party,
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all the info can be found here on our more brightly colored flyer.
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So did I hear Poconos?
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Yes, my sister's giving us her place for the weekend.
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Woo-hoo, first weekend away together.
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- Yeah, it's a big step. - I know.
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Oh, it's just a weekend. Big deal.
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Wasn't this supposed to be just a fling, huh?
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Shouldn't it be... flung by now?
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I mean, we are way past the fling thing.
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I mean, I am feeling things that I've only read about in Danielle Steel books, you know?
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This is way too much stuff.
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Yeah.
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I got it! Elton!
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- He just broke up with Folette! - Oh, yes!
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Who's Elton?
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Oh, my god, he's way popular.
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He's like the social director of the Crew.
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Oh, gosh!
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My goggles are way too dark.
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Hey, I think we should split up.
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I cannot ski with a group of 8.
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Do you like eating out?
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Yes, way better than home-cooked meals.
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There is a—
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Well, that's too low. That's way too low.
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You're gonna go over that, aren't you?
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- No. - You're going under?
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- Yeah. - Alexis, good luck.