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 of via from the Web
Submit professional appointments, management-level promotions and significant awards for individuals (not companies), along with photos as a .jpg attachment, via email to email@example.com.
Shahbazian, a former Hoover High standout wrestler who trains at the Glendale Fighting Club, is still just 20 and boasts a 5-0 record with all his wins coming via technical knockout inside the first round.
New Bengals linebacker Preston Brown came from Buffalo via free agency.
Pinchuk's $150,000 donation to the now defunct Trump Foundation was in exchange for Donald Trump speaking via video linked to a 2015 business conference in Kiev.
Police set up a perimeter at the facility, and a Frederick County deputy who was trained as a negotiator spoke via radio with the juveniles involved in the incident.
The balance ot the payment came from $1.414 billion in borrowings via $350 million in bonds and a $1.064 billion term loan, with total interest payments of about $80 million annually.
The third Pruitt ethics revelation of the day comes via CBS.
Any further tweaks to the resolution would come via amendments during Wednesday’s meeting, Yenne said.
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VIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of via for English Language Learners
: by going through (a particular place) : by way of (a particular place)
: by means of (a person, machine, etc.) : by using (something or someone)
VIA Defined for Kids
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