Word: way

Category: way

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Related words: way

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Synonyms: way

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: way

spanish
vía, forma, manera, modo, dirección, ...


german
straße, bahn, manie, art, führungsbahn, ...

french
direction, méthode, genre, ligne, espèce, ...

italian
maniera, voga, moda, senso, modo, ...

portuguese
estrada, mude, modo, encerar, moda, ...

dutch
modus, gebruik, usance, wijs, manier, ...

russian
особенность, замашка, шик, направляющие, дорога, ...

norwegian
måte, vis, retning

swedish
väg, sätt, vis

finnish
väylä, suunta, tyyli, tapa, metodi, ...

danish
facon, vej, sædvane, maner, måde

czech
obyčej, zvyk, směr, trať, metoda, ...

polish
trasa, sposób, kierunek, właściwość, droga, ...

hungarian
módszer

turkish
usul, tarz, şekil, yol

greek
τρόπος

ukrainian
соскоподібний, воскової, восковою, вощений

albanian
mënyrë, rrugë

croatian
vođica, put, tok, ka, način

icelandic
máti, háttur, leið, vegur

latin
modus, via, mos

lithuanian
būdas, maniera

latvian
ceļš, paņēmiens, metode, maniere, veids

romanian
mod, fel

slovenian
metoda, cesta, silnice

slovak
cesta, dráha, spôsob

Popularity stats: way

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": way

noun
  • a method, style, or manner of doing something.
  • a road, track, path, or street for traveling along.
  • a particular area or locality.
  • a particular aspect of something; a respect.
  • a specified condition or state.
  • a sloping structure down which a new ship is launched.

adverb
  • at or to a considerable distance or extent; far (used before an adverb or preposition for emphasis).

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