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either way

A phrase used in reference to two possible outcomes or actions. A: "What if I don't get the job?" B: "They haven't called you yet either way, so try not to worry too much."
See also: either, way
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ˈeither way


ˌone way or the ˈother

used to say that it does not matter which one of two possibilities happens, is chosen or is true: Was it his fault or not? Either way, an explanation is due.We could meet today or tomorrow — I don’t mind one way or the other.
See also: either, way
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So it is a struggle either ways. Maybe accepting the whole situation will bring about the balance I needed for my mind.
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