美 [ˈvaɪə, ˈviə]
CET4 TEM4 IELTS 考 研 CET6
- via: see voyage
- via (adv.)
- 1779, from Latin via "by way of," ablative form of via "way, road, path, highway, channel, course," from PIE *wegh- "to go, convey" (see weigh).
- 1. The drug can be transferred to the baby via the placenta.
- 2. Mr Baker will return home via Britain and France.
- 3. The patient's brain activity is monitored via electrodes taped to the skull.
- 4. We drove via Lovech to the old Danube town of Ruse.
- 5. They were spied on via a two-way mirror.
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