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From: DICT.TW English-Chinese Dictionary 英漢字典

 way /ˈwe/
 路,路線,路途,方法,道路,方向,情形,規模,習慣,行業,方面(ad.)非常

From: Taiwan MOE computer dictionary

 way
 雙工單向

From: Taiwan MOE computer dictionary

 way
 雙工同時雙向

From: Taiwan MOE computer dictionary

 way
 單向( 通信 )

From: Taiwan MOE computer dictionary

 way
 單向可逆電報作業

From: Taiwan MOE computer dictionary

 way
 n 向開關

From: Network Terminology

 way
 方向 方法

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Way adv.  Away.  [Obs. or Archaic]
 To do way, to take away; to remove. [Obs.] Do way your hands.” --Chaucer.
 To make way with, to make away with.  See under Away. [Archaic]

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Way, n.
 1. That by, upon, or along, which one passes or processes; opportunity or room to pass; place of passing; passage; road, street, track, or path of any kind; as, they built a way to the mine.  “To find the way to heaven.”
    I shall him seek by way and eke by street.   --Chaucer.
    The way seems difficult, and steep to scale.   --Milton.
    The season and ways were very improper for his majesty's forces to march so great a distance.   --Evelyn.
 2. Length of space; distance; interval; as, a great way; a long way.
 And whenever the way seemed long,
 Or his heart began to fail.   --Longfellow.
 3. A moving; passage; procession; journey.
    I prythee, now, lead the way.   --Shak.
 4. Course or direction of motion or process; tendency of action; advance.
    If that way be your walk, you have not far.   --Milton.
    And let eternal justice take the way.   --Dryden.
 5. The means by which anything is reached, or anything is accomplished; scheme; device; plan.
    My best way is to creep under his gaberdine.   --Shak.
    By noble ways we conquest will prepare.   --Dryden.
    What impious ways my wishes took!   --Prior.
 6. Manner; method; mode; fashion; style; as, the way of expressing one's ideas.
 7. Regular course; habitual method of life or action; plan of conduct; mode of dealing.  “Having lost the way of nobleness.”
    Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.   --Prov. iii. 17.
    When men lived in a grander way.   --Longfellow.
 8. Sphere or scope of observation.
    The public ministers that fell in my way.   --Sir W. Temple.
 9. Determined course; resolved mode of action or conduct; as, to have one's way.
 10. Naut. (a) Progress; as, a ship has way.  (b) pl. The timbers on which a ship is launched.
 11. pl. Mach. The longitudinal guides, or guiding surfaces, on the bed of a planer, lathe, or the like, along which a table or carriage moves.
 12. Law Right of way.  See below.
 By the way, in passing; apropos; aside; apart from, though connected with, the main object or subject of discourse.
 By way of, for the purpose of; as being; in character of.
 Covert way. Fort. See Covered way, under Covered.
 In the family way. See under Family.
 In the way, so as to meet, fall in with, obstruct, hinder, etc.
 In the way with, traveling or going with; meeting or being with; in the presence of.
 Milky way. Astron. See Galaxy, 1.
 No way, No ways. See Noway, Noways, in the Vocabulary.
 On the way, traveling or going; hence, in process; advancing toward completion; as, on the way to this country; on the way to success.
 Out of the way. See under Out.
 Right of way Law, a right of private passage over another's ground. It may arise either by grant or prescription. It may be attached to a house, entry, gate, well, or city lot, as well as to a country farm. --Kent.
 To be under way, or To have way Naut., to be in motion, as when a ship begins to move.
 To give way. See under Give.
 To go one's way, or To come one's way, to go or come; to depart or come along. --Shak.
 To go one's way to proceed in a manner favorable to one; -- of events.
 To come one's way to come into one's possession (of objects) or to become available, as an opportunity; as, good things will come your way.
 To go the way of all the earth or to go the way of all flesh to die.
 To make one's way, to advance in life by one's personal efforts.
 To make way. See under Make, v. t.
 Ways and means. (a) Methods; resources; facilities. (b) Legislation Means for raising money; resources for revenue.
 Way leave, permission to cross, or a right of way across, land; also, rent paid for such right. [Eng]
 Way of the cross Eccl., the course taken in visiting in rotation the stations of the cross.  See Station, n., 7 (c).
 Way of the rounds Fort., a space left for the passage of the rounds between a rampart and the wall of a fortified town.
 Way pane, a pane for cartage in irrigated land.  See Pane, n., 4. [Prov. Eng.]
 Way passenger, a passenger taken up, or set down, at some intermediate place between the principal stations on a line of travel.
 Ways of God, his providential government, or his works.
 Way station, an intermediate station between principal stations on a line of travel, especially on a railroad.
 Way train, a train which stops at the intermediate, or way, stations; an accommodation train.
 Way warden, the surveyor of a road.
 Syn: -- Street; highway; road.
 Usage: -- Way, Street, Highway, Road. Way is generic, denoting any line for passage or conveyance; a highway is literally one raised for the sake of dryness and convenience in traveling; a road is, strictly, a way for horses and carriages; a street is, etymologically, a paved way, as early made in towns and cities; and, hence, the word is distinctively applied to roads or highways in compact settlements.
 All keep the broad highway, and take delight
 With many rather for to go astray.   --Spenser.
    There is but one road by which to climb up.   --Addison.
 When night
 Darkens the streets, then wander forth the sons
 Of Belial, flown with insolence and wine.   --Milton.

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Way v. t. To go or travel to; to go in, as a way or path.  [Obs.] “In land not wayed.”

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Way, v. i. To move; to progress; to go.  [R.]
    On a time as they together wayed.   --Spenser.
 

From: WordNet (r) 2.0

 way
      n 1: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified
           manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic
           mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York
           style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
           [syn: manner, mode, style, fashion]
      2: how a result is obtained or an end is achieved; "a means of
         control"; "an example is the best agency of instruction";
         "the true way to success" [syn: means, agency]
      3: a journey or passage; "they are on the way"
      4: the condition of things generally; "that's the way it is";
         "I felt the same way"
      5: a course of conduct; "the path of virtue"; "we went our
         separate ways"; "our paths in life led us apart"; "genius
         usually follows a revolutionary path" [syn: path, way
         of life]
      6: any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage
         from one place to another; "he said he was looking for the
         way out"
      7: a line leading to a place or point; "he looked the other
         direction"; "didn't know the way home" [syn: direction]
      8: the property of distance in general; "it's a long way to
         Moscow"; "he went a long ways" [syn: ways]
      9: doing as one pleases or chooses; "if I had my way"
      10: a general category of things; used in the expression `in the
          way of'; "they didn't have much in the way of clothing"
      11: space for movement; "room to pass"; "make way for"; "hardly
          enough elbow room to turn around" [syn: room, elbow
          room]
      12: a portion of something divided into shares; "the split the
          loot three ways"
      adv : to a great degree or by a great distance; very much (`right
            smart' is regional in the United States); "way over
            budget"; "way off base"; "the other side of the hill is
            right smart steeper than the side we are on" [syn: right
            smart]