\ ˈvī-ə How to pronounce via (audio) , ˈvē-ə How to pronounce via (audio) \

Definition of via

1 : by way of
2 : through the medium or agency of also : by means of

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Examples of via in a Sentence

She flew to Los Angeles via Chicago. I'll let her know via one of our friends. He did some research via computer. We went home via a shortcut.
Recent Examples on the Web Here are her responses sent earlier this week to me via email. Kori Rumore, Chicago Tribune, 19 May 2022 Someone with a non-urgent query might be content to resolve it via email. Emilia D'anzica, Forbes, 17 May 2022 Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or anywhere you download podcasts. Michael Schneider, Variety, 16 May 2022 To nominate players for consideration, send players stats via email to Akeem Glaspie at aglaspie@gannett.com or message him on Twitter: @TheAkeemGlaspie. Akeem Glaspie, The Indianapolis Star, 16 May 2022 In a follow-up video message for the traveling public that was posted on YouTube Friday morning and sent via email to Alaska’s mileage plan members, Minicucci offered an apology. Tribune News Service, oregonlive, 15 May 2022 Once registered, members will receive a four-digit code via email that can be used to open the padlocks securing the lid of the collection container. cleveland, 14 May 2022 Contact reporter Grace Hauck on Twitter @grace_hauck and via email at ghauck@usatoday.com. Grace Hauck, USA TODAY, 13 May 2022 In a follow-up video message for the traveling public that was posted on YouTube Friday morning and sent via email to Alaska’s mileage plan members, Minicucci offered an apology. Dominic Gates, Anchorage Daily News, 13 May 2022 See More

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First Known Use of via

1677, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for via

Latin, ablative of via way — more at way

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Last Updated

21 May 2022

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“Via.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/via. Accessed 22 May. 2022.

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More Definitions for via

via

preposition
\ ˈvī-ə How to pronounce via (audio) , ˈvē-ə \

Kids Definition of via

: by way of Our bus went via the northern route.

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