In Areas Under Russian Control, Limits for Western Media
By SABRINA TAVERNISE and MATT SIEGEL
Journalists’ inability to visit villages routed in the conflict make a public accounting of the aftermath of the violence in South Ossetia and northern Georgia all but impossible.
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passage (CONNECTING WAY) Show phonetics
1 (ALSO passageway) a usually long and narrow part of a building with rooms on one or both sides, or an enclosed path which connects places:
A narrow passage led directly through the house into the garden.
The bathroom's on the right at the end of the passage.
2 a hollow part of the body through which something goes:
the nasal passages
the anal passage
passage (TRAVEL) Show phonetics
1 [U] FORMAL travel, especially as a way of escape:
The gunman then took a hostage and demanded a plane and safe passage to an unspecified destination.
2 [S] OLD-FASHIONED a journey, especially over the sea:
He had booked his passage to Rio de Janeiro.
3 OLD-FASHIONED work your passage to do work on a ship during your journey instead of paying for a ticket
Definitionroute Show phonetics
1 a particular way or direction between places:
The route we had planned took us right across Greece.
I live on a bus route so I can easily get to work.
2 a method of achieving something:
A college education is often the best route to a good job.
3 US (UK round) a set of regular visits that you make to a number of places or people, especially in order to deliver products as part of your job
route Show phonetics
verb [T usually + adverb or preposition]
Deliveries are routed via/by way of London.
A Passage to India
《印度之旅》(A Passage to India，1924)
have a rough passage 時化(しけ)に遭う; （仕事が）難航する, ひどい目に遭う.
make a passage 航海する.
work one's passage 船賃の代りに船中で働く.
passage of [at] arms 試合, なぐり合い; 論戦.
rough passage 難航.