Meaning of way back in English:

way back

Pronunciation /ˈweɪ ˌbak/

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adverb

informal US, Australian, New Zealand
  • 1Far away; far to the back; specifically in a remote rural area. "from wayback": from a remote rural area.

  • 2Long ago. "from way back": from long ago; since long ago; (in extended use) through and through.

adjective

US, Australian, New Zealand
  • 1 informal, rare That originates from, or is located in, a remote rural area.

  • 2 informal Far in the past; ancient, old.

noun

US, Australian, New Zealand
  • 1 informal, rare A person inhabiting or coming from a remote district.

  • 2 informal Usually with the. The Australian outback.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From way + back.