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vi·a

 (vī′ə, vē′ə)
prep.
1. By way of: went to Pittsburgh via Philadelphia.
2. By means of: sent the letter via airmail.

[Latin viā, ablative of via, road; see wegh- in Indo-European roots.]
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via

(ˈvaɪə)
prep
by way of; by means of; through: to London via Paris.
[C18: from Latin viā, from via way]
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vi•a

(ˈvaɪ ə, ˈvi ə)

prep.
1. by a route that touches or passes through; by way of.
2. by the agency or instrumentality of; by means of: to communicate via sign language.
[1770–80; < Latin viā, abl. of via way]
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via

preposition
1. through, by way of, by, by means of Mr Baker will return home via Britain and France.
2. using, by means of, with the help of Translators can now work via e-mail.
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Translations
عَنْ طَرِيقعَن طَريق
přes
via
kautta
preko
um, meî viîkomu á
・・・経由で
...을 거쳐
caur
prek
via
โดยทาง
yoluyla-den/dan geçerek
qua

via

[ˈvaɪə] PREPpor; (esp by plane) → vía
we drove to Lisbon via Salamancafuimos a Lisboa por Salamanca
a flight via Brusselsun vuelo vía Bruselas
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via

[ˈvaɪə ˈviːə] prep
(= through) → via
We went to Paris via Boulogne → Nous sommes allés à Paris via Boulogne.
(= by means of) → par
They can work from home, via e-mail → Ils peuvent travailler de chez eux, par e-mail.
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

via

prepüber (+acc); (with town names also) → via; they got in via the windowsie kamen durchs Fenster herein
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via

[ˈvaɪə] prep (by way of, place) → via; (person) → attraverso, tramite; (by means of) → tramite, attraverso, per mezzo di
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

via

(ˈvaiə) preposition
by way of. We went to America via Japan; The news reached me via my aunt.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

via

عَنْ طَرِيق přes via über μέσω vía kautta via preko attraverso ・・・経由で ...을 거쳐 via via przez via через via โดยทาง yoluyla qua 经由
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009

vi·a

n. L. vía, tracto, conducto.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in classic literature ?
Recordare Jesu pie Quod sum causa tuar viae Ne me perdas, illa die Querens me sedisti lassus Redemisti crucem passus Tantus laor non sit cassus.[1]
He should have completed the quotation--"zelator fidei et philosophiae utriusque scilicet in ordine suo"--with which the "Magister Speculi" defines himself and the method of the "duae viae" (i.e., faith or natural philosphy) in face of contemporary censorship and the defense of non-demoniac talismans as well as of all astrology and natural magic in general which he warmly supported.