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path

noun [C]
 
 
/pɑːθ/
GROUND A2 a long, narrow area of ground for people to walk along: There's a path through the forest. a garden path Pedestrian routes
DIRECTION the direction that a person or vehicle moves in: a flight path Routes and roads in general
CHOOSING B2 a particular way of doing something over a period of time: a career path Whichever path we choose, we'll have difficulties.Ways of achieving things
Translations of “path”
in Korean 길…
in Arabic طَريق…
in French sentier, chemin…
in Turkish patika, dar yol/geçit, keçi yolu…
in Italian sentiero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小徑, 路,小道,小徑…
in Russian тропинка, курс, маршрут…
in Polish ścieżka, tor, droga…
in Spanish camino, sendero, trayectoria…
in Portuguese caminho, trilha…
in German der Pfad, der Weg…
in Catalan sender, camí…
in Japanese 小道…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小径, 路,小道,小径…
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