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1.A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination.
‘the scenic route from Florence to Siena'
‘Emi's limo was currently taking the scenic route, with its eventual destination as the Ishiyama mansion.'
‘The couple have the option of heading back to Derry along the A2 or taking a longer, more scenic route via Dungiven.'
‘They are looking for scenic routes with comfortable overnight accommodation.'
‘Wagner had fled from Dresden just a few weeks before Hugo had left Stuttgart, and both had taken the route to Paris via Switzerland.'
2.The line of a road, path, railway, etc.
‘proposals have been put forward for a new route around the south of the town'
‘A number of avenues could be explored to resolve the problem of vehicles striking low railway bridges in areas outside the main motorway routes.'
‘Container integrity is the reasonable assurance that the contents shipped - via overseas and truck routes - are those that were ordered.'
‘Bridges and tunnels are being built to link cities and towns to the railway route.'
‘One of the locations may not contain necessary connectors such as ferry routes or main roads.'
3.A round travelled in delivering, selling, or collecting goods.
‘The Texas company pioneered the use of wireless communications on delivery routes.'
‘Rolling-store operators normally traveled set routes on each day of the week.'
‘For example, we make sure all of the drivers on our routes deliver milk the same way.'
‘They couldn't identify or eliminate unprofitable routes or product lines immediately.'
‘Products are distributed in traditional ways on company routes as well as through chain warehouses and distribution centers.'
4.A method or process leading to a specified result.
‘the many routes to a healthier diet will be described'
‘Sports is producing more and more superstars as it becomes a route to riches.'
‘Both recognized that in the second half of the twentieth century the best way to succeed in theatre was via the nonprofit route.'
‘How H pylori is usually acquired and its route of transmission are unknown.'
‘As we continue to gain technical understanding of the routes of exposure, we gain practical understanding of steps that will reduce risk.'
1.A method or process leading to a specified result.
‘all lines of communication were routed through London'
2.Send or direct along a specified course.
‘Blocks are sealed, conveyed through metal detectors and routed to an automatic case packer before they are weighed and labeled.'
‘Any attempt to speak to them is routed to a vast office where harassed and underpaid staff attempt to deal with routine inquiries.'
‘The remaining 9,000 shares would be routed to whichever markets offer the second-best price - and so on until the order is filled.'
‘Any shipping making the transition past the Blizzard Falls had to be routed through the port facilities there, making it the gateway from the upper to lower lakes.'