rOt or rout; 277
n. 1. The course or way which is traveled or passed, or is to be
passed; a passing; a course; a road or path; a march.
Wide through the furzy field their route they take.
Noun 1. route - an established line of
travel or access
Synonyms: itinerary, path
2. route - an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
Verb 1. route - send documents or materials to appropriate destinations
2. route - send via a specific route
3. route - divert in a specified direction; "divert the low
voltage to the engine cylinders"
(networking) route - /root/ The sequence of hosts, routers, bridges,
gateways, and other devices that network traffic takes, or could
take, from its source to its destination. As a verb, to determine
the link down which to send a packet, that will minimise its total
journey time according to some routeing algorithm.
You can find
the route from your computer to another using the program traceroute
on Unix or tracert on Microsoft Windows.
address, air lane, beat, carry, circuit, conduct, consign, convey,
direct, direction, dispatch, escort, flight path, forward, itinerary,
lead, line, orbit, path, pilot, primrose path, remit, round, run,
sea lane, see, shepherd, ship, shortcut, show, steer, tour, trade
route, traject, trajectory, trajet