English noun: path
|1.||path (act) a course of conduct|
|Samples||The path of virtue.|
We went our separate ways.
Our paths in life led us apart.
Genius usually follows a revolutionary path.
|Synonyms||way, way of life|
|Broader (hypernym)||course, course of action|
|Narrower (hyponym)||ambages, hadith, primrose path, straight and narrow, strait and narrow, Sunna, Sunnah, warpath|
|2.||path (artifact) a way especially designed for a particular use|
|Narrower (hyponym)||bridle path, bridle road, crossing, crossover, crosswalk, footpath, lane, paseo, pathway, towing path, towpath, walk, walkway|
|3.||path (location) an established line of travel or access|
|Narrower (hyponym)||air lane, airway, approach pattern, beat, beeline, bus route, celestial orbit, circuit, crosscut, data track, direction, electron orbit, fairway, feeder line, flight path, flight path, flyway, line of fire, line of flight, line of march, main line, migration route, orbit, orbit, paper round, paper route, pattern, round, skyway, supply line, supply route, track, trade route, traffic pattern, way|
|Instance hyponym||Northwest Passage|
|4.||path (object) a line or route along which something travels or moves|
|Samples||The hurricane demolished houses in its path.|
The track of an animal.
The course of the river.
|Narrower (hyponym)||belt, collision course, inside track, round, steps, swath, trail|