all roads lead to Rome

proverb there are many different ways of reaching the same goal or conclusion

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • all roads lead to rome — This means that there can be many different ways of doing something …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • all roads lead to Rome — Cf. medieval L. mille vie ducunt hominem per secula Romam, a thousand roads lead man for ever towards Rome. c 1391 CHAUCER Astrolabe Prologue 1. 40 Right as diverse pathes leden diverse folk the righte way to Rome. 1806 R. THOMSON tr. La… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • all roads lead to Rome — {literary} The same end or goal may be reached by many different ways. A proverb. * / I don t care how you get the answer, said the teacher, All roads lead to Rome. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • all roads lead to Rome — {literary} The same end or goal may be reached by many different ways. A proverb. * / I don t care how you get the answer, said the teacher, All roads lead to Rome. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • all\ roads\ lead\ to\ Rome — literary proverb the same end or goal may be reached by many different ways. I don t care how you get the answer, said the teacher, All roads lead to Rome …   Словарь американских идиом

  • all roads lead to Rome — everything ends up at the same place, all ways eventually lead to the same place …   English contemporary dictionary

  • all roads lead to Rome —    This means that there can be many different ways of doing something.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Rome Antics — Infobox The Goodies episode name = Rome Antics number = 43 airdate = 7 April, 1975 (Monday 9 p.m.) director = producer = guests = Roy Kinnear as the Roman Emperor Oliver Gilbert as Attila the Hun series = 5Rome Antics is an episode of the British …   Wikipedia

  • lead — I /liyd/ n. position in front leading position 1) to assume, take the lead in 2) to build up, increase one s lead 3) to hold, maintain the lead 4) to follow smb. s lead 5) to give up, lose, relinquish the lead 6) a commanding lead 7) a lead over… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Rome — see when in Rome, do as the Romans do Rome was not built in a day all roads lead to Rome it is ill sitting at Rome and striving with the Pope …   Proverbs new dictionary


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