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    #1

    take a route

    "The route we had planned took us right across Greece."

    I would like to ask if we can use "itinerary" and "path" in the sentence?

    1.The path we had planned took us right across Greece.
    2.The itinerary we had planned took us right across Greece.

    dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/route

    Thank you.

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    Re: take a route

    'Path' is not suitable in this context.

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