have (one's) (own) way

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have (one's) (own) way

To get or have what one wants; to have things done according to one's personal preference or decision. If Tommy doesn't have his way, he'll start throwing a tantrum that could last all night. Samantha always has to have her own way when it comes to dividing responsibilities for group assignments.
See also: have, way

get/have your (own) ˈway

(also have it/things/everything (all) your (own) ˈway) get, believe or do what you want, usually in spite of the wishes or feelings of others: She always gets her own way in the end.All right, have it your own way — I’m tired of arguing.
See also: get, have, way