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go somebody’s way

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo somebody’s waygo somebody’s waya) if an event goes your way, it happens in the way you want The government are hopeful that the vote will go their way.everything/nothing goes somebody’s way (=used to talk about events in general) b) literary to continue a journey, or to leave and do what you want to do next She said goodbye and went her way. c) to travel in the same direction as someone I can take you – I’m going your way. way
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