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path

noun [C] uk   /pɑːθ/ us    /pæθ/

path noun [C] (TRACK)

A2 a route or track between one place and another, or the direction in which something is moving: a garden path a concrete path a well-trodden path This is the path to the cliffs. It will be several days before snowploughs clear a path (through) to the village. They followed the path until they came to a gate. A fierce fire is still raging through the forest, burning everything in its path (= as it moves forward). The Weather Service issues warnings to people in the path of a hurricane (= in the area in which it is moving). The charged particles move in spiral paths. figurative His path through life was never easy.
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path noun [C] (ACTIONS)

B2 a set of actions, especially ones that lead to a goal or result: The path to success is fraught with difficulties.
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Traducciones de “path”
en coreano 길…
en árabe طَريق…
en francés sentier, chemin…
en turco patika, dar yol/geçit, keçi yolu…
en italiano sentiero…
en chino (tradicionál) 小徑, 路,小道,小徑…
en ruso тропинка, курс, маршрут…
en polaco ścieżka, tor, droga…
en español camino, sendero, trayectoria…
en portugués caminho, trilha…
en alemán der Pfad, der Weg…
en catalán sender, camí…
en japonés 小道…
en chino (simplificado) 小径, 路,小道,小径…
(Definition of path from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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