Definitions for viaˈvaɪ ə, ˈvi ə
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word via
a road way
by the way of; as, to send a letter via Queenstown to London
Origin: [L., ablative of via way. See Way.]
A via is an electrical connection between layers in a physical electronic circuit that goes through the plane of one or more adjacent layers.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
vī′a, or vē′a, n. a highway, a road, a route—via London=by way of London: a natural passage of the body.—n. Viam′eter, an odometer.—adj. Viat′ic.—n.pl. Viat′icals, military baggage.—Via dolorosa, the Way of Calvary (see Station); Via lactea, the Milky-Way or Galaxy; Via media, the midway course or mean between popular Protestantism and Roman Catholicism which Newman almost down to 1845 succeeded in believing that the Anglican divines of the 17th century had taken up.—Primæ viæ, the first or main passages, the alimentary canal, the bowels; Secundæ viæ, the lacteal or chyliferous vessels.
vē′a, interj. away! off! either in command or defiance. [It.,—L. via, way.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'via' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2238
IVA, Iva, Vai, vai
The numerical value of via in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of via in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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E.ON will grow more through organic growth and less via acquisitions.
(Their offer) has meant that we are in talks, and only via talks can we solve this conflict.
The organic growth within the portfolio is limited, so looking for growth via M&A makes sense.
It is unclear whether and how ownership rights created via a block chain would be enforceable.
What would happen if Angela Merkel went for early elections via a vote of confidence in parliament?
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