- A narrow strip of land made suitable for travel between places. Modern roads are usually paved to accommodate wheeled vehicles.
- By extension, the path or route one takes; an effort.
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- (defn, English)
Etymology: From Old English (unicode, radOld English, rÄd) (riding, hostile incursion) < Proto-Germanic (to ride) < from Proto-Indo-European reidh- (to ride).
- Dutch: baan , weg , straat
- French: route
- German: Straíče , Straíčen , Weg , Route
- Italian: strada , via
- Spanish: camino , calle , ruta
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