English version

way out

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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way outˌway ˈout noun (plural ways out) [countable]  1 DHTBB British English a door or passage through which you leave a building syn exit2 SOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEMa way to escape a difficult or bad situation He was in a dilemma, and could see no way out.3 on the/your way out take the easy way out at easy1(6), → way out at way1(3)
way-outˌway-ˈout adjective informal  MODERNSTRANGEvery modern, unusual, and strange
Examples from the Corpus
way-outI like some jazz, but not the way-out stuff.