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

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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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In an interview with the Philippine News Agency (PNA), Ricardo Isla said a new A320 aircraft would arrive in December, and he plans the routes to be flexible with several local and international destinations.
ISLAMABAD -- Commuters of twin cities Wednesday urged the authorities concerned to take strict actions against public transport vehicles who were using self defined routes to save their time and fuels, providing miserable transport facility to the public.
In reactive schemes, nodes maintain the routes to active destinations.
This trend of On demand routing protocols is because that, the reactive routing protocols does not maintain the table for routes to its destination but discover it when the route is needed.
In the not-too-distant future, we may have even more routes to contend with.
9 new routes to Basel, Brussels-Zaventem, Bucharest, Cologne, Glasgow, Lisbon, Marrakesh, Nice & Prague
We elaborate on this problem in Figure 2, in which source S wants to communicate with destination D and it has two routes to D.
With the addition of the new routes, Wizz Air's route network in Larnaca will now grow to a total of 6 routes to 5 different countries.
Interestingly, RTA is considering to further expand the Dubai-Sharjah service by adding new routes to different parts of Sharjah.
In proactive routing protocols (table-driven), the routes to all destinations (or parts of the network) are determined statically at the start up then maintained using a periodic route update process, An example of this class is the Optimised Link State Routing Protocol (OLSR) [2].
The purpose of this study was to examine the alternative routes to passing the high school exit exam that were available during the school year 2008-09 to students to earn a standard high school diploma.
easyJet is the largest budget carrier at Gatwick offering 39 routes to 13 countries throughout Europe with over 800 flights per week during the peak summer periods.
Early in the season we have the receivers signal their routes to the QB.
MNA has decides not to serve crowded routes to prevent unhealthy competition such as the Jakarta-Medan and Jakarta-Surabaya routes.
The user can define routes for a particular condition and can save these routes to a file so that the user can create several proposed routes for each condition.