There are many ways of solving the problem.
That's not the way to do it - let me show you.
That method hasn't worked, so let's try your way.
I think it's the best way to relax. (Key English Test; A2; Chinese)
Do you know the way to the train station?
I've only been living in Madrid for a couple of weeks so I don't really know my way around it yet.
We'll have to stop for fuel on the way to the airport.
Can you find your own way out of the building?
The coach stopped for us to eat lunch but within half an hour we were on our way again.
There's no way through the centre of town in a vehicle - it's for pedestrians only.
Many people have lost their way in the forest.
Only a local person could find their way through the narrow streets of the old town.
The shortest way to get there is going along Sarmiento Avenue. (Key English Test; A2; Spanish)
I think we've discussed everything we need to - by the way, what time is it?
Oh, by the way, my name's Julie.
By the way, I want to buy a raincoat for my brother. (Key English Test; A2; Farsi)
"Which way does the room face?" "North."
This bus is going the wrong way.
Which way up should this box be?
The numbers are the wrong way round - it should be 71, not 17.
Although he had told us he knew this address, he went [the] wrong way. (First Certificate in English; B2; Greek)
We walked a long way yesterday.
The holidays seem like they're a long way away/off.
I like this best because [it] is not a long way from home. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
I'm sorry but there's no way we can help you.
No way will she agree to you leaving early.
Don't worry, there is no way I'm going to miss it! (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
She told us all about her way of life in Japan.
He told me about his hobbies, his way of life and especially about his love [of] learning languages. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Italian)
You can get there by train or bus - either way it'll take an hour.
He might have to resign or he might be given a desk job, but either way, his career is effectively over.
If that doesn't work, you can ask them to talk to your friends' parents so you could all go together. Either way, I know you will have lots of fun this summer. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
One way or another these bills have to be paid.
Everyone at the party was related in one way or another.
All of them made a big difference [to] our personal life and have affected it one way or another. (First Certificate in English; B2; Dutch)
We have to make a decision one way or the other about what needs to be done.
Our transportation system nowadays is also very well organised and there is a wide range of buses, subways, etc. with which you can reach your destination one way or the other. (First Certificate in English; B2; German)
I thought the older people would be more offended than the young people, but it was the other way round.
As you know, I did that the other way round for the States. (First Certificate in English; B2; German)
We slowly made our way down the river.
It's getting late - we should make our way home soon.
She made her way slowly to the waiting room and patiently waited for the train to arrive. (First Certificate in English; B2; Azerbaijani)
They cycled all the way to London.
I drove all the way to Bergen in only one day. (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)
In a way, I would prefer it if they didn't come because it would mean extra work.
In some ways it would be better if we met on Monday rather than Wednesday.
He was a remarkable politician in many ways.
I think that many people would like shops to be open all the time, and it might be good in some ways. (First Certificate in English; B2; Danish)
Don't be alarmed - it's just his way.
He looked at me in a sinister way.
It's amazing the way she manages to stay so calm.
The way he was shouting, you'd have thought he was badly hurt.
To my way of thinking, they shouldn't be building so many roads.
It's always the way at work - either I've got nothing to do or I'm rushed off my feet!
To my way of thinking, despite all the problems I have mentioned, this company will suc[c]eed. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Spanish)
"Sorry, am I in your way? I'll move."
If you don't move that vase out of the way, it might get broken.
Don't let your new friends get in the way of your studies.
I couldn't see the stage because there was a pillar in the way.
Please make way so the ambulance can get by.
As Mark Twain once said "Don't let school get in the way of your education". (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Greek)
He managed to make his way in the film industry.
For each one of the famous sportsmen we re[cog]nise on television or in the newspapers, there are thousands of hopeful youngsters trying to make their way to the top. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Danish)
He went out of his way to make us feel welcome.
I'll go shopping when I've got this essay out of the way.
It was a joyful reunion and everybody was grateful to have all misunderstandings out of the way and to be one big family once more. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Dutch)
This is in no way your fault.
This magazine will be loved by students as it will help them learn English in the best way and in no way will students find it boring. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Greek)
They celebrate birthdays in a big way.
Tourism helps Greece's national economy - which is not at its best - in a big way. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Greek)
He sent me some flowers by way of apology.
The Academy however provided nothing whatsoever by way of entertainment, though with a group of interesting young people and a little imagination this should not be a pro[b]lem. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Dutch)
She always gets her own way in the end.
They are provided with what they desire, and [the] majority of them are used to getting their own way. (International English Language Testing System; C1; Thai)
Building work is already under way.
Sociologists are well-aware of the fact and experiments are under way to counterbalance these disadvantages. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; French)
Her excitement quickly gave way to horror.
This friendship gave way to love, but it was a really difficult situation, after all she was the Managing Director's daughter. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Spanish)
Suddenly the ground gave way under me.
Fred's voice trailed off as he felt his legs give way beneath him. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Chinese)
They knocked down the old houses to make way for a new hotel.
In the UK most high-streets already look very much the same and the local shops had to make way for big conglomerates. (International English Language Testing System; C2; Afrikaans)
Scientists hope that data from the probe will pave the way for a more detailed exploration of Mars.
Many celebrities engage actively in UN projects and pave the way for others to contribute. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Bulgarian)
I know you don't approve of his working methods, but why not take the easy way out this time and agree to his request?
On the other hand you cannot survive without your pay-check and to be able to both make a car[ee]r and have the time to be green, sometimes you just have to take the easy way out. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Danish)
I learned the hard way that training every single day is not the best way to get fit.
If you don't know the past, you're liable to live through it again as instead of deriving the lessons from someone else's experiences, you'll have to learn them the hard way, by trial and error. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Russian)
She threaded her way through the crowd.