1. To move aside so that someone or something can pass. We ask that everyone please make way for the students as they process down the aisle. Make way, people. Stretcher coming through.2. To make progress. Have you made way on your novel at all? Last time we spoke you said you were stuck on the last chapter.See also: make, way
make way (for someone or something)
to clear a path for someone or something. Make way for the stretcher. Here comes the doctor—make way!See also: make, way
to make progress; to move ahead. (Originally nautical. See also make way (for someone or something).) Is this project making way? A sailboat can”t make way if there is no wind.See also: make, way
1. Allow room for passage, move aside, as in Please make way for the wheelchair. This expression was first recorded about 1200. 2. Also, make way for. Leave room for a successor or substitute, as in It”s time he retired and made way for some younger professor.
make ˈway (for somebody/something)
make enough space for somebody/something; allow somebody/something to pass: Could you move your books to make way for the food? ♢ People made way for my wheelchair.See also: make, way
make (one”s) way
1. To go forward; advance.
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2. To succeed, especially in making a living.See also: make, way
1. To give room for passage; move aside.2. To make progress.See also: make, waySee also:
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v. phr. 1. To go forward with difficulty; find a path for yourself. They made their way through the crowd. 2. To do many hard things to earn a living; make a life work for yourself. He was anxious to finish school and make his own way in the world. Compare: SHIFT FOR ONESELF.
stand aside, move so someone can go through The truck had to go to the side of the road to make way for the ambulance.
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make way for
Idiom(s): make way (for sb or sth)Theme: MOVEMENTto clear a path for someone or something.• Make way for the stretcher.• Please make way for the nurse.• Here comes the doctor—make way!
v. phr. To move from in front so someone can go through; stand aside. The people made way for the king. When older men retire they make way for younger men to take their places.
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– Từ đồng nghĩa, cách dùng từ tương tự Thành ngữ, tục ngữ make way