listen to the pronunciation of via
Englisch - Türkisch

O Amerika üzerinden Avrupa'ya gitti. - She went to Europe via America.

O, Paris üzerinden Londra'ya gitti. - He went to London via Paris.

{e} vasıtasıyla, ... aracılığıyla
{e} yolu ile, -den geçerek, ... üzerinden: We came via Çanakkale. Çanakkale yoluyla geldik
yolu ile

Tom cep telefonu mesajı yoluyla Mary'den ayrıldı. - Tom broke up with Mary via text message.

Tünel yoluyla mı gitmek istiyorsun? - You want to go via the tunnel?

-den geçerek

Maria yatalaktı. Dışarıdaki dünyayla tek irtibatı televizyon yayınları aracılığıyla oluyordu. - Maria was bedridden. The only contact she had with the outside world was via the TV broadcasts.


Tom cep telefonu mesajı yoluyla Mary'den ayrıldı. - Tom broke up with Mary via text message.

Tünel yoluyla mı gitmek istiyorsun? - You want to go via the tunnel?

(Tıp) (viae). Mecra, geçit, yol, kanal

Burada Kontaktlos ile ödeme yapabilir miyim? - Can I pay here via Kontaktlos?

Terörü ekonomi ile sona erdirmek en akıllıca politikaydı. - Bringing terrorism to an end via the economy was a most wise policy.

via media
medya yoluyla
via sacra
Sacra üzerinden
via airmail
uçak ile
via airmail
via lactea
samanyolu [astr.]
via media
orta yol
ship via
(Bilgisayar) gönderme şekli
derived, via julianus from julius
Julius dan Julianus üzerinden elde
exchange of information via radio waves
radyo dalgaları üzerinden bilgi alışverişi
request information via a terminal
bir terminal üzerinden bilgi talep
analog via digital trunk group
(Askeri) analogdan sayısala ana grup
military container moved via ocean
(Askeri) deniz yoluyla taşınan askeri konteyner
shipped via
(Bilgisayar) nakliye şekli
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Hukuk) Geçit, geçme, yol, gidiş, seyahat, yöntem, usul, yoluyla
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Eviye) Kap, içinde bir şey konulabilen zarf
Englisch - Englisch
A main road or highway, especially in ancient Rome. (Mainly used in set phrases, below.)
by way of; passing through

You can enter the building via the western gate.

A small hole in a printed-circuit board filled with metal which connects two or more layers
by (means of); using (a medium)

I'll send you the information via e-mail.

By the way of; as, to send a letter via Queenstown to London
(Address Abbr.) Viaduct
Lat By way of
Viewable Image Area Measured diagonally along the actual monitor screen, not along the whole monitor, i e a 15 in monitor may have a 13 8 in VIA
Plated through-hole connecting two or more conductor layers of a printed circuit board
{e} by way of, by means of
An opening in the dielectric layer(s) through which a riser passes, or else whose walls are made conductive
by way of vs versus
A road way
If you do something via a particular means or person, you do it by making use of that means or person. Translators can now work from home, via electronic mail systems
If you go somewhere via a particular place, you go through that place on the way to your destination. Mr Baker will return home via Britain and France
A relay point in a communication
A vertical opening that is filled with a conducting material, such as metal to allow for the electrical connection of several layers on the IC, typically either tungston or Cu
Versatile Integrated Avionics, offshoot of Integrated Modular Avionics
Via Crucis
The Way of the Cross
Via Crucis
Any extremely arduous or painful experience requiring strength or courage to endure
Via Dolorosa
The route believed to have been taken through Jerusalem by Christ on his way to Calvary
Via Dolorosa
The Way of the Cross
Via Egnatia
A Roman road running across the Balkan peninsula, from Dyrrachium to Byzantium
via affirmativa
A concept of God built up through positive statements about his nature
via media
A third way; a middle course, a compromise
via negativa
A concept of God built up through negative statements about his nature
via negativa
(Felsefe) A philosophical approach to theology which asserts that no finite concepts or attributes can be adequately used of God, but only negative terms
via sacra
(Arkeoloji) The Via Sacra (Latin: Sacred Road) is the main street of ancient Rome, leading from the top of the Capitoline Hill, through some of the most important religious sites of the Forum (where it is the widest street), to the Colosseum
Via Dolorosa
street in the Old City of Jerusalem through which it is believed Jesus was led to his crucifixion (Christianity); path of torture or hardship, suffering
Via Mare
old trade route along the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea
via lactia
milk duct
via media
through the middle; golden path
via media
a middle way between two extremes