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en route

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishen routeen route /ˌɒn ˈruːt $ ˌɑːn-/ adverb  TTTRAVELon the wayen route from/to a flight en route from Tokyo to Sydneyen route forBritish English British English We stayed there en route for London. Why don’t we stop for lunch en route?
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en routeThe refugees drove north toward the border, bribing the guards en route.en route from/toWashington State scored on its first six possessions en route to a 42-6 halftime lead.Wenceslaus' brother, Boleslaus, was so envious of the prince that he murdered him while en route to church.He died en route to Los Angeles, locked in a steamer trunk.Derbyshire County Council had requested assistance with their visitors' day in London en route to Matlock.Many already have lived in several countries and are en route to several more.Much wackiness ensues en route to the red planet.
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