What is the
difference between Root and Route and Rout?
What is the difference between Root and Route and Rout? :
Root : (noun)
( 1 ) Part of the plant that keeps it firmly in the soil and absorbs water and food from the soil
This is a plant with long roots.
( 2 ) Family ties, feelings, etc…that attach a person emotionally and culturally to the society or community where he grew up and / or lives or where his ancestors lived
She has no real root in this area.
They are totally cut off from their peasant roots.
Many Americans have root in Europe.
( 3 ) Source or basis
The root of the problem is lack of trust.
Money is often said to be the root of all evil.
Root : (verb)
( 1 ) Send down roots and begin to grow
This type of plant roots easily.
( 2 ) Plant something
Root the cuttings in peat.
( 3 ) Cause someone to stand fixed and unmoving
He stood rooted to the spot.
Fear rooted him to the spot.
( 4 ) Establish something deeply and firmly
Her love for me is deeply rooted.
This is a story firmly rooted in reality.
Route : (noun)
( 1 ) Way taken or planned to get from one place to another
We drove home by a roundabout route.
Route : (verb)
( 1 ) Send something by a specified route
This flight is routed to Kolkata via Patna.
Rout : (noun)
( 1 ) Utter defeat ending in disaster
After our fourth goal, the match became a rout.
The terrified army fled in rout.
Rout : (verb)
( 1 ) Defeat someone completely
Make someone retreat in confusion
The Prime Minister resigned after his party was routed in the election.
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