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

making your way in the world

?

Main entry:wayidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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