Avoid or bypass (something) by taking such a route
I would detour the endless stream of motor homes
A long or roundabout route taken to avoid something or to visit somewhere along the way
he had made a detour to a cafe
An alternative route for use by traffic when the usual road is temporarily closed
a roundabout road (especially one that is used temporarily while a main route is blocked)
travel via a detour
A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.
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A diversion or deviation from one's original route; To make a detour; To direct or send on a detour
(1998) (a.k.a. Too Hard to Die)
An alternate path of travel used while a regular path of travel is temporarily closed.
(1945) d. Edgar G. Ulmer, with Tim Ryan, Esther Howard, Don Brodie (starring Tom Neal and Ann Savage)
An alternative route which traffic has to follow due to closure of a stretch of road for repairs, etc. A diversion.
"A Detour is a choice between two tasks, each with its own pros and cons. Teams must successfully complete one of the tasks described on the clue in order to receive their next clue." -Phil
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A detour is a temporary route which directs highway traffic around construction work. The detour route is always marked with the proper marker and additional signs to indicate it is a detour route.
symbolizes an obstacle you've reached in your life and would rather avoid.