route to

route (someone or something) to (something or some place)

To send or direct someone or something along a particular path to someone or something else. Our company routes the donated clothes and food to families in need all over the state. Air traffic controllers routed us to Houston after averse weather conditions made it impossible to land in Dallas.
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route something to someone

to send something along a particular path to someone. Try to route this to Walter, who is on a ship at sea. I'll get the name of the ship for you. I will route a copy of the invoice to you.
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References in classic literature ?
Just beyond them, my guide informed me, lay the valley of Happar, while along their summits, and skirting the head of the vale, was my route to Nukuheva.
It reminded us that we were hemmed in by hostile tribes, whose territories we could not hope to pass, on our route to Nukuheva, without encountering the effects of their savage resentment.
He reached Kazeh, on his return, on the 25th of August, and, in company with Burton, again took up the route to Zanzibar, where they arrived in the month of March in the following year.
TMD has recommended a seasonal route to Seabreeze that would originate from the Skyview Plaza connection hub and will operate during the summer months.<br />Additionally, recommendations call for a Pittsford-area connection hub near Pittsford Plaza, as well as a new community mobility zone in the southeast part of the county near Eastview Mall.<br />The recommended frequent network represents a new feature for the county's fixed-route transit system.
The route to be built by the Nitra diocese is about 50 kilometres long, SITA wrote.
Proactive protocols are also identified as wired routing protocol or table driven protocols because route to each node which are in network maintained continuously in routing table in the network .By continuously assessing the known and attempting to discover new routes, they try to maintain the most up-to-date plan of the network.
It is also termed as proactive protocols since it maintains a table that contain route to all destination in its routing table.
Route F14: The service will be modified to run in a circular route to serve the Business Bay M/S, The Ubora Towers, Backyard Business Bay and South Ridge.
Route F14 will be modified to run in a circular route to serve the Business Bay metro station, The Ubora Towers, Business Bay and South Ridge.
Now let us come to the government's claims that the revenue generated from the motorway on the eastern route will be used to upgrade the western route to become a four-lane and ultimately a six-lane motorway.
The increase in passengers was driven by the summer holiday season, as well as by the change made on the Kuwait-Istanbul route to serve Istanbul's primary airport, Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST) with five flights a week, the airline said in its operational performance report.
It is an on-demand protocol because only when two nodes want to communicate with each other, the process to find appropriate route to a destination is initiated like AODV protocol.
The new routes, which are part of a long term development plan for the destination Cyprus and of which already a route to Donetsk has been announced earlier, will be operated on one of the airline's new Airbus A320 aircraft from the 2014 summer schedule.
DSDV is the proactive routing protocol, the theory of this type protocols is that each mobile node establishes and maintains a complete routing table which contains the route to each node, it can rapidly reflect the network topology, the delay of this type is smaller, but the routing overhead is larger, the efficiency of protocol is lower; DSR and AODV are the reactive routing protocols, the theory of this type's protocols is that each node do not maintain any information of the routing in advance, only when sending data to the destination node, the source node launches the routing searching process in the network to search and establish the corresponding routing, thus this way save some unnecessary routing overhead, but increases the packet transmission delay.