[nou-uh-deyz] /ˈnaʊ əˌdeɪz/
at the present day; in these times:
Few people do their laundry by hand nowadays.
The kitchens of nowadays are much more efficient than when I was a boy.
in these times
late 14c., contracted from Middle English nou adayes (mid-14c.), from now + adayes “during the day,” with adverbial genitive (see day).
[noh-wey] /ˈnoʊˌweɪ/ adverb 1. in no way, respect, or degree; not at all; nowise: He was noway responsible for the accident. /ˈnəʊˌweɪ/ adverb 1. in no manner; not at all; nowise Also in the US (not standard) noways sentence substitute 2. used to make an emphatic refusal, denial, etc
interjection 1. Informal. absolutely not; no. [wey] /weɪ/ noun 1. manner, mode, or fashion: a new way of looking at a matter; to reply in a polite way. 2. characteristic or habitual manner: Her way is to work quietly and never complain. 3. a method, plan, or means for attaining a goal: to find a […]
- No way to run a railroad
Related Terms a hell of a way to run a railroad
noun a short-term weather forecast, usu. for the next few hours; also, a description of present weather conditions along with a short-term forecast