way, path, way of life(noun)
a course of conduct
"the path of virtue"; "we went our separate ways"; "our paths in life led us apart"; "genius usually follows a revolutionary path"
a way especially designed for a particular use
path, route, itinerary(noun)
an established line of travel or access
path, track, course(noun)
a line or route along which something travels or moves
"the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"
data track, form, rail, row, route, grade, runway, raceway, racecourse, cart track, caterpillar track, way, caterpillar tread, cut, course of instruction, course of study, trend, way of life, rails, trail, line, lead, class, track, itinerary, cartroad, course of action, course, racetrack, running
a trail for the use of, or worn by, pedestrians.
a course taken.
A Pagan tradition, for example witchcraft, Wicca, druidism, Heathenry.
a metaphorical course.
a method or direction of proceeding.
a sequence of vertices from one vertex to another using the arcs (edges). A path does not visit the same vertex more than once (unless it is a closed path, where only the first and the last vertex are the same).
a continuous map \uE00017898 from the unit interval \uE00017899 to a topological space \uE00017900.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Wherever there is room for one object to pass another there is a way. A road (originally a rideway) is a prepared way for traveling with horses or vehicles, always the latter unless the contrary is expressly stated; a way suitable to be traversed only by foot-passengers or by animals is called a path, bridle-path, or track; as, the roads in that country are mere bridle-paths. A road may be private; a highway or highroad is public, highway being a specific name for a road legally set apart for the use of the public forever; a highway may be over water as well as over land. A route is a line of travel, and may be over many roads. A street is in some center of habitation, as a city, town, or village; when it passes between rows of dwellings the country road becomes the village street. An avenue is a long, broad, and imposing or principal street. Track is a word of wide signification; we speak of a goat-track on a mountain-side, a railroad-track, a race-track, the track of a comet; on a traveled road the line worn by regular passing of hoofs and wheels in either direction is called the track. A passage is between any two objects or lines of enclosure, a pass commonly between mountains. A driveway is within enclosed grounds, as of a private residence. A channel is a waterway. A thoroughfare is a way through; a road or street temporarily or permanently closed at any point ceases for such time to be a thoroughfare. Compare AIR; DIRECTION.
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I've never felt like the sins of the parents should be ascribed to the children, you know, if your children always have to pay the price for adults decisions they make — how fair is that? For people who have no country to go back to — which are many of the DREAMers — it's ridiculous to think that there shouldn't be some accelerated path to citizenship.
On Thursday, Ranking Member Levin plans to offer a substitute, which recognizes that TPP has the potential to raise standards and open new markets for U.S. businesses, workers and farmers, and makes suggestions on how to do so, i support the Levin substitute and thank Ranking Member Levin for his dedication to finding a path to yes, and for his leadership to increase the paychecks of American workers.
So the troop deployment must happen right away, but the risk is that Turkey is being sucked into a military game where the only path is more engagement and escalation.
The goal hasn't changed, but what's important is that we've come to realize the path has problems.
When you have that detailed movement information it allows you to see the precise migratory path that these animals took, how they navigated the landscape, and also the timing of these migrations.
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- مسار, طريق, صراطArabic
- camí, senderCatalan, Valencian
- pěšina, stezka, cestaCzech
- retning, havegang, vej, sti, passageDanish
- Pfad, WegGerman
- ατραπός, δρόμος, διαδρομή, μονοπάτιGreek
- aleo, vojo, padoEsperanto
- senda, senderoSpanish
- suund, rada, ahel, teekondEstonian
- bidexka, bidezidor, bideBasque
- polku, suunta, tola, rata, reitti, latuFinnish
- leið, gøtaFaroese
- chemin, sentierFrench
- paadWestern Frisian
- sligheScottish Gaelic
- מסלול, מסילהHebrew
- út, ösvényHungarian
- cammino, sentieroItalian
- 道, パス, 通路, 小道, 道筋, 畦道, 軌道, 方針, 軌跡Japanese
- ბილიკი, გზაGeorgian
- ផ្លូវជើង, ផ្លូវលំ, ផ្លូវKhmer
- 패스, 길Korean
- ڕێباز, ڕێ, ڕێگهKurdish
- pad, wegDutch
- لارPashto, Pushto
- caminho, senda, trilha, endereçoPortuguese
- drum, mers, potecă, curs, cărareRomanian
- путь, тропинка, способ, дорога, дорожка, тропаRussian
- पन्थ, पथSanskrit
- staza, putSerbo-Croatian
- pot, stezaSlovene
- kurs, stig, färdriktning, vägSwedish
- దారి, కాలిబాట, మార్గంTelugu
- yol, patikaTurkish
- پتھ, راہUrdu
- tchimin, pazea, pî-sinteWalloon
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