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    Way out

    I saw the following headline on Rediff.com(Indian news and entertainment):

    Which way out for Vijay Mallya ?

    What part of speech does it "way out" belong to? Specially, I am confused by the " out" in the phrase.
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    Jignesh.

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    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Way out

    Quote Originally Posted by jigneshbharati View Post

    Specially, I am confused by the " out" in the phrase.

    NOT A TEACHER


    Hello,

    I have found a very long and interesting discussion about "out" in "way out."

    I think that you will find it very helpful.

    It appears at a grammar helpline called wordreference.

    Please go to Google and type in these words:


    What is part of speech of "out" in the sentence "I can find no way out."

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    Re: Way out

    TheParser has told us in the past that he does not understand how to post links so to help him (and you) out, here it is:

    http://forum.wordreference.com/threa...y-out.3200003/
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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