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Pronunciation of All Ways: Learn how to pronounce All Ways in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word way:

noun
1a method, style, or manner of doing something; an optional or alternative form of action:
I hated their way of cooking potatoes
there are two ways of approaching this problem
(one’s way) one’s characteristic or habitual manner of behaviour or expression:
it was not his way to wait passively for things to happen
(ways) the customary behaviour or practices of a group:
my years of acclimatization to British ways
the typical manner in which something happens or in which someone or something behaves:
he was showing off, as is the way with adolescent boys
a particular aspect of something; a respect:
I have changed in every way
[with adjective] a specified condition or state:
the family was in a poor way
2a road, track, or path for travelling along:
[in place names]:
No. 3, Church Way
a course of travel or route taken in order to reach a place:
can you tell me the way to Leicester Square?
a specified direction of travel or movement:
we just missed another car coming the other way
a means of entry or exit from somewhere, such as a door or gate:
I nipped out the back way
(also North American informal ways) a distance travelled or to be travelled; the distance from one place to another:
they still had a long way ahead of them
figurative
the area’s wine industry still has some way to go to full maturity
a period between one point in time and another:
September was a long way off
travel or motion along a particular route; the route along which someone or something would travel if unobstructed:
Christine tried to follow but Martin blocked her way
that table’s in the way
get out of my way!
(one’s way) used with a verb and adverbial phrase to intensify the force of an action or to denote movement or progress:
I shouldered my way to the bar
[with modifier or possessive] informal a particular area or locality:
the family’s main estate over Maidenhead way
3 (ways) parts into which something divides or is divided:
the national vote split three ways
4 formal or Scottish a person’s occupation or line of business.
5 [mass noun] forward motion or momentum of a ship or boat through water:
the dinghy lost way and drifted towards the shore
6 (ways) a sloping structure down which a new ship is launched.
adverb
informal
at or to a considerable distance or extent; far (used before an adverb or preposition for emphasis):
his understanding of what constitutes good writing is way off target
my grandchildren are way ahead of others their age
[as submodifier] chiefly North American much:
I was cycling way too fast
[usually as submodifier] US extremely; really (used for emphasis):
the guys behind the bar were way cool