Translation of via in Spanish:

via

por, prep

Pronunciation /ˈvaɪə//ˈviə//ˈvʌɪə/

preposition

  • 1

    (by way of)
    por
    we flew to México via Miami volamos a México vía Miami
    • Entry to the field is via a forestry road and will be sign-posted from the A170.
    • Previously, passengers were forced to travel via Heathrow or other hub airports.
    • Any Haxby-based fans can be dropped off after that, as the coaches return to their depots via the village.
    • After another night halt there, the Minister will fly to Nagpur via Naded and Akola.
    • They've ended up travelling twelve hours later, and going via the Channel Tunnel instead.
    • Motorists can travel in and out of Bolton town centre via Blackburn Road as an alternative.
    • She was quite the pro without knowing it, and when she travelled to London she would come back via Paris.
    • The huge flat and hard sands at low tide could have persuaded the Germans to mount attacks via Southern Ireland.
    • If the Congress is to rule on its own strength in times to come it must travel via Uttar Pradesh.
    • Travellers must still come home via Malaysia's capital, but the connections are easy.
    • Reid appears to have travelled to Belgium via the Netherlands with the same aim in mind.
    • He lived in Borisy and worked in Brest, travelling to and fro by train via the station at Domachevo.
    • She was then trying to leave via the George section of the supermarket.
    • Tomorrow we are travelling home via Harrogate where we will call to see Daisy's other sister Janet.
    • Exit from the showground will be via Ribchester Bridge and up Barker Brow to the A59.
    • A mile or so later we emerged at the golden sands and slipped onto the Island of Llanddwyn via a sand cause-way.
    • The 1,300 million litres of water will be moved to Haweswater reservoir via a temporary weir.
    • By then it is believed the pair had already flown to Paris, via Heathrow.
    • The yacht will be taken to her destination via the Kiel Canal and a number of Baltic ports.
    • The road was closed for five hours and traffic diverted via Longborough.
  • 2

    (by means of)
    a través de
    por medio de
    • The idea is simply to send someone ten questions via email which they are asked to respond to at a length of their choice.
    • The flaws could be used to create a virus that spreads through a Web link sent via e-mail messages.
    • If anyone has any further information on this incident send it via email as comments are closed on this post.
    • These should be no more than 850 words and should be sent electronically via our website.
    • I have very little face-to-face contact with the team at the office as I send my articles in via email.
    • Messages can also be sent via email by completing an online form here.
    • In the manner of proper celebrities, he couldn't be at the event in person, so sent a message via the web instead.
    • Before I go I just want to say thank you for all the birthday wishes you sent either via comments or email.
    • If you follow the scheme above, you can send a message anonymously via a Web-based account.
    • I will then finish editing it overnight, ready to send it off via express post on Friday.
    • If the addressee is on another PC then the text is sent via the resident network.
    • The files are automatically compressed so they're small enough to send via email.
    • If the file is to large to send via email, you're left trying to find other ways to send it.
    • Said missive was sent not via e-mail, but left in Lyle's comments box for all the world to see.
    • According to recent estimates, spam accounts for more than seven in ten of all emails sent via the net.
    • Last night Robertson was still filing stories via videophone from Kandahar in the north of the country.
    • A number of surgeries now send out reminders via text messages of upcoming appointments.
    • I'm not usually the kind of person who publicises the private contents of emails sent to me via this site.
    • It can also be used to insert adverts in emails sent via Internet-based accounts.
    • They were then sent out via private courier or by the normal postal service.