|Definition||:||from Latin viā, ablative of via “way, road, channel”|
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What does via mean?
1. by way of: She flew to London via Paris.
2. by means of: a file sent via email.
Origin: 1770–80; < from Latin viā, an ablative of via, “way, road, channel”
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What is the full form of via?
The full form of via is from Latin viā, ablative of via “way, road, channel”