Definition of make way
1. To make progress.
He was starting to make his way in the world.
2. To progress through the water
3. To give place or step aside.
4. An instruction to get out of the way of someone else, usually because they are carrying something and need a clear pathway. Compare with gangway.
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English - English - make wayclear a path; move forward, advance
English - Spanish - make waydejar paso a , abrirle paso a; avanzar
English - French - make waydégager la route; avancer
English - German - make wayeinen Weg bahnen
English - Italian - make wayfar passare, dare la strada a, fare largo a; fare posto a
English - Portuguese - make wayabrir caminho; progredir
English - Russian - make wayуступать дорогу
English - Dutch - make wayplaats maken; vooruitgaan
English - Chinese - make way成功; 发迹
English - Chinese - make way成功; 發跡
English - Japanese - make way道をあける; 進む
English - Korean - make way길을 가다, 나아가다
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