Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Route"

The meaning of "Route" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does take the easy route mean?
A: it means that person always choose the hard way, like instead of buying instant noodles, that person want to make her own noodles 😂. But the phrase “the easy route” more often mean something about hard life, someone who used to have work really hard, but maybe somehow suddenly she got offered some easy stuff ...
Q: What does this route has "tools" mean?
A: I assume the sentence requires a little bit of correction, that is- "This route has TOLLS", in that case it means- you have to pay some money to go by that route as it may have a bridge/tunnel which requires you to pay money for getting access.
Q: What does En route to (my) home with you.

does it sound natural? mean?
A: ‘En route’ means on the way/making the way, so you’re saying you’re on the way home with the person you’re talking to?
Yes sounds natural, but en route can be a bit formal in some settings :) It’s something that spies or policemen say in movies haha
Q: What does A sure route to humiliation to admit that you paid what car dealer was asking. mean?
A: With car dealerships, you can usually haggle on the price of a car. To admit that you paid what the dealership was asking means that you most likely overpaid for your car. Which would indeed be humiliating to some people.
Q: What does shorter routes require a greater investment in the fleet mean?
A: That sounds navy-ish. The way to get shorter routes is to have more ports -- but more ports requires more investment. I'd think of that as investment in ports (facilities), not "the fleet," but I can see "the fleet" as meaning the entire navy and all of its infrastructure: ships, ports, people. I suppose it could be airlines instead of navies. Shorter routes would require closer-together airport facilities, and thus more of them, and probably more planes, too.

Example sentences using "Route"

Q: Please show me example sentences with scenic route.
A: I will go the long way as it's a more scenic route. ( you prefer the prettier surroundings for the journey).

let's take the more scenic route. (let's take our time, enjoy the ride, go a different way.)

this is a very scenic route (after going the different way, realising it's very pretty, compared to your usual route.)

I want to take the scenic route ( roads next to nice homes, countryside, or seaside, which would probably take longer than the motorway.)

let's walk the scenic route (go a different way, more pleasant, longer way, rather than getting to the destination the usual way).




Q: Please show me example sentences with route.
A: The plane did not fly the usual commercial route.

The climbers tried to find a new route to the top of the mountain.

What route are we taking
Q: Please show me example sentences with en route.
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Synonyms of "Route" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between route and method ?
A: It is a common method to put on your shoes before your socks.

When going to California, please follow this route.

Route is mostly used for travel and directions.

Method is mostly used for doing something a certain way.
Q: What is the difference between 1. ‎I just did it the route you did it. and 2. ‎I just did it the way you did it. ?
A: I don’t understand.
Q: What is the difference between What's the best route to take to get to Shanghai? and What's the best route to Shanghai? ?
A: Asking what's the best route to take might give the response of a specific route name, and the latter might prompt a more descriptive answer
Q: What is the difference between route and routing ?
A: Route can me a couple things, it could mean the way to something, such as "the route to the town is long". Routing implies you are traveling in a route, for example "I'm routing to work"

Translations of "Route"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? En route to (my) home with you.

does it sound natural?
A: In informal english we don’t really use the phrase “en route”, at least not in America. I would probably say something like “I’m on my way home with you”, or even better “We’re on our way home.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? route
A: Root/r ow t
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? en route to (how to pronounce this?)
A: en route = ahn ROOT
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? route
A:

vous pouvez dire : road

mais quelle est votre phrase?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? route
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Other questions about "Route"

Q: the original route to work is dump to dump today. So I take another route. does this sound natural?
A: "The original route to work was bumper to bumper today, so I took another route." (past tense)
"The original route to work is bumper to bumper today, so I am taking another route." (present tense)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce rural route .
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Q: I want to know which route you prioritize to drive to the station. does this sound natural?
A: "I want to know which route you prefer to drive to get to the station. "
Q: Both route "Turn right" and "Go straight" connect to the camping site.
Please look over this map before you start walking. does this sound natural?
A: The statement sounds natural, yet make “route” in plural form “routes” as it refers to two directions, the “turn right” and “go straight”.
Q: We ain't the same, going different routes does this sound natural?
A: I think this sounds ok if you are going for a more rough southern USA sound. I would make a small change "we ain't the same, we're going different routes." However, if you are going for a more formal or generally acceptable phrase I would suggest "we aren't the same, we're taking different paths"

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