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all roads lead to Rome

Definition of all roads lead to Rome in English:

proverb There are many different ways of reaching the same goal or conclusion.
Example sentences
  • Just as all roads lead to Rome, I decided to join the largest throng.
  • Ants have a road network like the Romans; all roads lead to Rome.
  • As all roads lead to Rome so will all questions will lead back to those technical documents that he hasn't read.
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