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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

path
[noun]
Synonyms:
- 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

path
noun
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

path
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

path
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

path

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.
narrow
We walked along a narrow path beside a stream.
steep
A steep path led down to the harbour.
muddy
They trudged up the muddy path.
rocky
Our guide trod carefully down the rocky path.
winding
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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