- ,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 placeon the/your way out1. ) while leaving a place:I'll turn off the light on the way out.2. ) no longer successful, popular, or effective:By 1989 it was clear that she was already on her way out.way out,way `out 2 adverbfar from other places or buildings:Our farm was way out beyond the town.
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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] * * * … Universalium
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way-out — ☆ way out [wā′out′ ] adj. Informal unconventional, experimental, nonconformist, esoteric, etc … English World dictionary
way out — index egress, loophole, outlet Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
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way-out — way′ out′ adj. Informal. inf exotic or esoteric in character • Etymology: 1950–55 … From formal English to slang