be on (one's) way to (someone or some place)(redirected from be on your way to)
be on (one's) way to (someone or some place)
1. To be in the process of traveling to someone or some place. We were a little late leaving the house, but we're on our way to you now. A: "Are you home?" B: "No, sorry, I'm actually on my way to the library."
2. To be found or located along the route to someone or some place. We should pick up some flowers for your parents. I know of a good florist that's on our way to them. A: "You're sure you don't mind driving me to the mall?" B: "Not at all. It's on my way to work."
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