routenoun

  • ja経路、道筋、ルート
  • ena common way, road, or course to get from one place to another place

Examples

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0:19 / --:--
Mute
1.
The sat nav's showing an accident coming up.
2.
Do you mind if I follow an alternate route it's showing me?
PLAY
0:09 / --:--
Mute
1.
Any sign of our bogie?
2.
Negative.
3.
Are you sure our guy's gonna show?
4.
My CI said he walked this route exactly the last 3 days.
5.
Fine, but in 10 minutes, we're calling this.
6.
I have to get back to my ecstasy task force.
7.
We have to bag a major giggle pig player soon or they're gonna shut us down.
PLAY
0:41 / --:--
Mute
1.
Joe tells me you're heading out to New York.
2.
Yeah.
3.
I'm gonna take the scenic route.
PLAY
2:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
Anyway, if you're gonna bike to work, you have to be prepared.
2.
Allow yourself enough time.
3.
Because the best thing — you wanna plan a route.
4.
That is the best —
5.
Sorry.
6.
Sorry, Ellen.
7.
Sorry, I'm late.
PLAY
7:22 / --:--
Mute
1.
Here to teach all of you young folk what to do when your tech dies.
2.
And you don't have GPS in the car.
3.
Show them, Morgan.
4.
It's called a map.
5.
It's called a map.
6.
Step 1: Open the map.
7.
It's a lost art.
8.
Find your destination.
9.
There.
10.
Plan your route!
11.
That's all there is to it.
PLAY
0:55 / --:--
Mute
1.
I've gotta get to my job interview in 7 minutes or I'll be late.
2.
What's the fastest route?
3.
Take a right in 2 blocks.
4.
And you can be there in 10 minutes.
PLAY
0:56 / --:--
Mute
1.
Pardon me, sir.
2.
But could you direct me to the shortest route to the Coachella Valley
3.
with the Big Carrot Festival therein?
4.
Meh, what's up, doc?