A friend suggests that you ask out a girl that you have a crush on. You think she's too pretty and doesn't like you in that way.
Nah, she's way out of my league.
This is a casual way of saying "No." Use it with friends and family members.
A: Do you want me to pick you up something to eat?
B: Nah, I'll just make myself a sandwich or something.
A person who is "Out of someone's league" is too beautiful, handsome, rich, or cool to date them.
This phrase comes from sports leagues. If you're a member of an amateur sports league, you can't compete with someone who's in a professional league. In the same way, person who's a lot better-looking or cooler than you is "out of your league".
Use "way ___" in comparisons. It's means something like "much" or "very":
She's way better at this than me.
Don't get angry. You're way too sensitive.
"Way ___" fits in most spoken conversational.
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