Definition of 'via'
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Budget cuts are prompting a growing number of councils to charge for the disposal of bulky items at tips or via home collection services. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Better is to go via the fourth suit forcing (3? Times, Sunday Times (2016)If we wished to be there we had to go in via a bankrupt company. Sharing the Success - the story of NFC (1990)Sometimes just getting off the bus a few stops early and walking home via the park is enough. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In shock, the couple returned home via the waiting room. Times, Sunday Times (2015)APPS are accessed via the home screen. The Sun (2014)It doesn't go via anywhere. Times, Sunday Times (2011)First, the sheer number of flights going via Bangkok means airlines need to be competitive. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The bigger sets pack wi-fi, so they can stream internet radio directly via your home network. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One alternative is maybe to go via America to get ahead of the cloud and come in via Scotland. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not much can be stored on the box - it's designed for live streaming via your home network. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sports governing bodies have long argued that they can bring new people to their sport and funding should go via them, but some are simply not delivering. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Or maybe via her THIRD home in Spain. The Sun (2012)But our laws don't apply to overseas pharmacies selling to UK homes via the internet. The Sun (2011)It also has rechargeable lithium batteries so it is always ready to go once connected via Bluetooth or USB. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They both cycle to work, but sometimes she will come home via a different route, because why do it one way when you can do it another? Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Trends of 'via'
Very Common. via is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'via'
British English: via /ˈvaɪə/ PREPOSITION
If you go somewhere via a place, you go through that place on the way.
He will return home via Hungary.
- American English: via
- Arabic: عَنْ طَرِيق
- Brazilian Portuguese: via
- Chinese: 经由
- Croatian: preko
- Czech: přes trasa
- Danish: via
- Dutch: via
- European Spanish: vía
- Finnish: kautta
- French: via
- German: über
- Greek: μέσω
- Italian: attraverso
- Japanese: ･･･経由で
- Korean: ...을 거쳐
- Norwegian: via
- Polish: przez
- European Portuguese: via
- Romanian: prin
- Russian: через
- Spanish: vía
- Swedish: via
- Thai: โดยทาง
- Turkish: yoluyla
- Ukrainian: через
- Vietnamese: qua theo đường
Definition of via from the Collins English Dictionary
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