English vocabulary and translations (See all)
via: through, passing through; by means of, using
This is a flight to Dakar via Paris. The plane stops in Paris for one hour then continues to Dakar.
In order to save time, we will go to Marseille via the fast train. We will travel to Marseille by the quick train in order to save time.
to communicate via telephone to communicate using a telephone
- "No longer is the web 'just' a research tool, a means to keep in touch via e-mail or a source of easily-plagiarized material for lazy students."
- "In spite of my blinding rage and abiding contempt for you, my yoga guru has advised me that expressing myself to you via a letter may prove therapeutic, which is why I am penning the present missive from my retreat, high atop the Himalayan peaks."
- "It lets me update my status via mobile phone or internet, so everyone knows what I'm up to."
- "I've even seen you singing karaoke in the toilet via secret camera."
- "Hannah : Caroline, I don't mean to be blunt, but I don't think selling our products via your website is really what we're looking for."
- "Susie, our users have written to us via email, Twitter, and in one case by pigeon all asking you business questions."
- "I'm joined now live via satellite by the woman of the hour, Susan Bliss."
- "Rupert : The Dutch Navy has encircled the boat, and is communicating with the pirates via loudspeaker."
- "Somehow, I came up with the idea of sending the delivery via ferry to Calais before being placed on a cargo ship to Brazil - genius!"
- "Why do I need to know where my daughter is at all times via GPS software?"
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