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path /pɑːθ $ pæθ/ noun (plural paths /pɑːðz $ pæðz/) [countable]

پیاده رو ، گذرگاه ، باریک راه ، راه ، مسیر ، طریقت ، جاده مال رو ، علوم مهندسی: راه ، کامپیوتر: فرمانPATH ، معماری: مسیر ، روانشناسی: راه ، بازرگانی: مسیر ، ورزش: مسیر ، علوم هوایی: مسیر
الکترونیک: فرمان ، PATH کامپیوتر: مسیر ، تربیت بدنی: جاده ، مسیر ، راه ، علوم مهندسی: مسیر ، هواپیمایی: پیاده رو ، جاده ، مسیر ، معماری: گذرگاه ، راه ، روانشناسی: مسیر ، اقتصاد: باریک راه ، جاده ، راه ، مسیر، طریقت ، جاده مال رو کامپیوتر: مسیر

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- way, footpath, road, track, trail
- course, direction, road, route, way

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

path S2 W2 /pɑːθ $ pæθ/ noun (plural paths /pɑːðz $ pæðz/) [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: pæth]

1. TRACK a track that has been made deliberately or made by many people walking over the same ground:
I walked nervously up the garden path towards the front door.
a well-worn path across the grass
Follow the path along the river to the bridge.
a path leading to the summer house

2. WAY THROUGH SOMETHING the space ahead of you as you move along
path through
Police cleared a path through the protesters.
Damian blocked their path.

3. DIRECTION the direction or line along which something or someone is moving
in sth’s/sb’s path
The tornado destroyed everything in its path.
into the path of something
She walked into the path of an oncoming vehicle.

4. PLAN a plan or series of actions that will help you achieve something, especially over a long period of time:
a career path
path to freedom/success/independence etc
She saw a college degree as her path to success.
the same/a different path
I hope you will choose a different path.

5. sb’s paths cross if two people’s paths cross, they meet by chance:
Our paths did not cross again.
beat a path (to sb’s door) at beat1(16), ⇒ off the beaten path at beaten(1), ⇒ flight path, ⇒ lead somebody up the garden path at lead1(12), ⇒ stand in sb’s path at stand1(30)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. way across land
ADJ. long | narrow | steep | winding | cliff, coast, coastal, forest, garden, woodland | pedestrian, public | cycle | bridle
VERB + PATH follow, go along/down/up, take Follow this path for about 100 metres, and it's on your right.
climb | keep on/to, stay on | leave, stray off | clear, make A path was cleared through the jungle.
PATH + VERB go, run That path goes down to the sea.
descend | follow sth The path follows the stream for quite a way.
branch off, leave sth The path left the river bank and wound its way into the woods.
divide, fork | go to sth, lead (to) sth Where does this path lead?
bear left/right | wind, zig-zag Then the path zig-zags steeply uphill for a while.
be marked (sth), be signposted (sth) The path is clearly marked.
narrow, widen
PREP. along/down/up a/the ~ children running along the path
on a/the ~ I think we're on the path we used yesterday.
~ along/beside/by the path along the canal
~ for a path for cyclists
~ from the path from the hotel to the beach
~ through I took the path through the park.
~ to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. line of movement
ADJ. correct | flight The pilot was instructed to change his flight path.
VERB + PATH steer He steered a path through the crowd.
trace Scientists can trace the path of the tornado.
block, stand in You're standing in my path!
PREP. across sth's ~ The car pulled right across the path of another vehicle.
in/into the sth's ~ She stepped into the path of an oncoming lorry.
out of sth's ~ I managed to jump out of the path of the bike just in time.
~ through Footsteps had scored a diagonal path through the snow.
~ to He moved quickly to block her path to the door.
PHRASES everything in sb/sth's path The tornado destroyed everything in its path.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. way of achieving sth
ADJ. well-trodden, well-worn Her education followed the usual well-worn path of rich youngsters in the 1930s.
chosen | career
VERB + PATH choose, find Everyone has to find their own path in life.
follow, pursue, tread | deviate from
PREP. on a/the ~ His feet were now firmly on the path to success. | ~ of The path of true love is never easy.
~ to the path to happiness
PHRASES obstacles in sb/sth's path

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


follow a path
We followed a path through the trees.
take a path (=start going along it)
Take the wide path to the right.
keep to the path
They kept carefully to the paths and did not go across the farmer's fields.
a path leads somewhere
There are many paths leading to the top of the mountain.
a path winds
A narrow path wound down towards the beach.
a path climbs (=goes upwards)
I could see the line of a path that climbed up from the bay.
We walked along a narrow path beside a stream.
A steep path led down to the harbour.
They trudged up the muddy path.
Our guide trod carefully down the rocky path.
He climbed the winding path up the hill.
well-worn (=used a lot or for a long time)
I followed what seemed to be a well-worn path heading in the right direction.
a garden path
Emma came running up the garden path.
a coast/coastal/cliff path
From the cliff path, you get superb views out to sea.
a cycle path (=for people riding bicycles)
They should put a cycle path along the edge of each new road they build.
a bridle path (=for people riding horses)
He knows all the bridle paths through the woods.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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