Cut a groove, or any pattern not extending to the edges, in (a wooden or metal surface)
you routed each plank all along its length
Find (someone or something), or force them from a place
Simon routed him from the stable
A disorderly retreat of defeated troops
the retreat degenerated into a rout
the army was in a state of demoralization verging on rout
A decisive defeat
the party lost more than half their seats in the rout
An assembly of people who have made a move toward committing an illegal act that would constitute an offense of riot
A disorderly or tumultuous crowd of people
a rout of strangers ought not to be admitted
A large evening party or reception
mob: a disorderly crowd of people
cause to flee; "rout out the fighters from their caves"
an overwhelming defeat
dig with the snout; "the pig was rooting for truffles"
make a groove in
spread-eagle: defeat disastrously
A rout is commonly defined as a chaotic and disorderly retreat or withdrawal of troops from a battlefield, resulting in the victory of the opposing party, or following defeat, a collapse of discipline, or poor morale. ...
Rout is a New Zealand surname, and may refer to: * Alexandra Rout (born 1993), New Zealand figure skater * Ettie Annie Rout (1887-1936), New Zealand writer
Rob Routs (born 10 September 1946, Australia) is a Dutch businessman. He is a former executive of Royal Dutch Shell and has recently been appointed Chairman of AEGON.
A bellowing; a shouting; noise; clamor; uproar; disturbance; tumult; A troop; a throng; a company; an assembly; especially, a traveling company or throng; A disorderly and tumultuous crowd; a mob; hence, the rabble; the herd of common people; The state of being disorganized and thrown into ...
A layout or wiring of a connection. The action of creating such a wiring. The term is also used for the actual milling of a PCB.
To drill or gouge out an area of wood for decorative or joining purposes.
to deepen and widen a crack to prepare it for patching or sealing.
A crushing defeat where, often, the losers run from the field.
To groove or hollow-out a wood member with a router, e.g., housed stair stringers; also “hinge rout” on door, etc.
any overwhelming or decisive defeat, often attended by disorderly flight, as when dispersed in such defeat and disorderly flight [nb: frenzy, phrenitis, panic, and hysteria are civilian reactions that are contrary to good order and discipline]; see DEFEAT, RETROGRADE, RETREAT, CHANGING TUNE, ...
A hole or cavity cut into a guitar, often the body of the guitar. Many times a pickup cavity is routed to enable a different pickup to be installed. Routing will diminish the value of a vintage guitar and routing should not be done on a valuable guitar.
A big party, typically without cards, music, or dancing.
Removing material in a substrate by gouging or digging with a tool, often leaving only raised character and logo images.
Disorderly or precipitate retreat on the part of a defeated army, body of troops, etc.
a modern card meeting at a private house; also an order from the Secretary at War, directing the march and quartering of soldiers.