outway

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Etymology[edit]

out +‎ way

Noun[edit]

outway (plural outways)

  1. A way out; an exit.
    • 1987, Michael Jackson, Smooth Criminal (song)
      So they came into the outway. / It was Sunday, what a black day.
  2. (Internet) The path outbound from the LAN (Local Area Network) to the WAN (Wide Area Network).

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