make your way, make way

make your way, make way — see way, 1
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  • make your way (to something) — make your ˈway (to/towards sth) idiom to move or get somewhere; to make progress • Will you be able to make your own way to the airport (= get there without help, a ride, etc.)? • Is this your plan for …   Useful english dictionary

  • make your way (towards something) — make your ˈway (to/towards sth) idiom to move or get somewhere; to make progress • Will you be able to make your own way to the airport (= get there without help, a ride, etc.)? • Is this your plan for …   Useful english dictionary

  • make (your) way (somewhere) — to move in a particular direction. In the midst of war in Europe, he somehow made his way back to the United States and joined the army …   New idioms dictionary

  • make your way to —    If you make your way to a destination, you manage to get there without difficulty.     Don t worry. I ll make my way to your home from the station …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • make your way — I. move toward, navigate    After sailing to Jamaica we made our way over to Cuba, si? II. survive, live by your own efforts, make a living    Chad, my boy, if you are going to make your way in this world, you need an education formal and… …   English idioms

  • make your way — 1) to start moving towards a place We made our way to the front of the crowd. 2) to start to make progress in a career or activity Edward was just beginning to make his way in life …   English dictionary

  • make your way — …   Useful english dictionary

  • go out of your way — to make a special effort to do something She frequently goes out of her way to help people in need. I hate to make you go out of your way, but yes, I could use your help. • • • Main Entry: ↑way …   Useful english dictionary

  • go out of (your) way to (do something) — to try very hard to help other people or make them comfortable. Our hosts went out of their way to make us feel welcome. Many teachers really go out of their way to help their students …   New idioms dictionary

  • fight your way — phrase to move through a group of people by pushing them away Steve fought his way to the front of the hall. Thesaurus: to move through an area or objectsynonym Main entry: fight * * * fight your way : to move forward or make progress by pushing …   Useful english dictionary

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