1. far away:
- I am going somewhere; but I don’t know where. Way off, anyhow.
2. quite wrong; greatly mistaken:
- My attitude indications on the instrument panel are way off.
1. = way off 1:
- After a prolonged journey by bus, Clarissa alighted way out on the North Circular Road.
2. = way off 2:
- I would not presume to argue with Edward on matters botanical, but he is way out on snakes.
3. (sl.) highly peculiar or unusual (being too modern):
- This new music is too way out for me—I prefer what I am already familiar with.
4. (sl.) heavily alcohol or drug intoxicated:
- That guy is way out—can’t even walk.