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route

noun /ruːt, (American also) raut/
a way of getting somewhere; a road
camino, itinerario
Our route took us through the mountains.
router noun (computing) an electronic device that enables packets of data to be moved between computers or computer networks in an efficient way
Rúter
The router will choose the best route for the data packet so that you receive the information quickly.
route march noun a long march for soldiers in training.
marcha de entrenamiento/maniobras
Translations of “route”
in Arabic طَرْيق…
in Korean 길, 노선…
in Malaysian laluan…
in French chemin, itinéraire…
in Turkish yol, güzergâh, usül…
in Italian itinerario, tragitto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 路線, 路途, 航線…
in Russian маршрут, средство, путь…
in Polish droga, trasa…
in Vietnamese lộ trình…
in Portuguese caminho, rota, trajeto…
in Thai เส้นทาง…
in German die Route…
in Catalan ruta…
in Japanese ルート, 道筋, 路線…
in Indonesian jalan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 路线, 路途, 航线…
(Definition of route from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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