How to Pronounce routes?

Correct pronunciation for the word "routes" is [ɹˈuːts], [ɹˈuːts], [ɹ_ˈuː_t_s].

"Routes" in context

Routes are the paths taken by travelers and vehicles, either by foot or other means of transportation. Road routes provide an efficient and convenient way for travellers to get from one destination to another. Routes vary from short trips to long-distance journeys, and from direct routes to those with multiple stops along the way. The choice of route taken often depends on the traveler's needs and preferences, such as the type of terrain, personal preferences for weather, cost, or scenic beauty. Public transportation systems, including buses and trains, have established routes across many countries and regions, offering travelers options for economical and efficient travel.

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