- 1A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination: the scenic route from Florence to SienaMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Emi's limo was currently taking the scenic route, with its eventual destination as the Ishiyama mansion.
- They both take alternate routes to reach their destination.
- Shipping of rice to the north was hindered by privateering in shipping routes to those destinations.
- 1.1The line of a road, path, railway, etc.: proposals have been put forward for a new route around the south of the townMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Some of the worst black spots occur on train routes or main arterial roads around the country.
- New railway routes had enabled suburbs to spread far beyond the gold-rush city, so that, by 1891, Melbourne encompassed twice the area of Sydney.
- Such information can then let them target ads for specific markets to specific bus lines or train routes.
- 1.2North American A round travelled in delivering, selling, or collecting goods.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The benchmark run was the actual milk collection and delivery routes used by the cooperative.
- The committee distributed weekly questionnaires on African American history, delivering them on routes primarily in black neighborhoods.
- For example, we make sure all of the drivers on our routes deliver milk the same way.
- 1.3A method or process leading to a specified result: the many routes to a healthier diet will be describedMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Going the blazing guns route almost always resulted in extreme failure for me.
- A fixed canon does not solve problems, nor provide a healthy route for progress.
- As we continue to gain technical understanding of the routes of exposure, we gain practical understanding of steps that will reduce risk.
verbo (routes, routeing or routing, routed)[with object and adverbial of direction] Volver al principio
- Send or direct along a specified course: all lines of communication were routed through LondonMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The software lets you use pseudonyms on the Web, and it routes all of your Web activity through encrypted servers, making you virtually untraceable online.
- In lending, it routes each customer's loan application to four different banks and makes an average of about $500 when the loan closes.
- He looks at the address on the envelope of a packet of information, and then he routes the packet to the specified mailbox.
Middle English: from Old French rute 'road', from Latin rupta (via) 'broken (way)', feminine past participle of rumpere.