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en routeadverb

(US also enroute) uk   /ˌɒn ˈruːt/  us   /ˌɑːn ˈruːt/
on the way to or from ​somewhere: I ​stopped en route (to the ​party) and got some ​wine. The ​bombexploded while the ​plane was en route from Paris to Tokyo.

en routeadjective

(also enroute) /ˌɒn ˈruːt/  us /ˌɑːn ˈruːt/ US
on the way to or from ​somewhere: weather-related enroute ​delays
(Definition of en route from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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en routeadverb [not gradable]

 us   /ɑnˈrut, en-, ɑ̃-/
on the way to or from ​somewhere: The ​ambulance is en route to the ​hospital. En route from New York to Boston, the ​buscrashed into a ​stalledcar.
(Definition of en route from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “en route”
in Spanish de camino…
in Vietnamese trên đường…
in Malaysian dalam perjalanan…
in Thai ระหว่างทางไปถึงจุดหมายปลายทาง…
in French en route (pour)…
in German unterwegs…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在路上, 在途中…
in Turkish yolda, giderken/gelirken…
in Russian по пути…
in Indonesian dalam perjalanan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在路上, 在途中…
in Polish po drodze…
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