path/ˈpæθ/British/ˈpɑːθ/noun pluralpaths/ˈpæðz/British/ˈpɑːðz/ pluralpaths/ˈpæðz/British/ˈpɑːðz/
Learner's definition of PATH
1 a : a track that is made by people or animals walking over the ground b : a track that is specially made for people to walk or ride on 2 : the area in front of someone or something that is moving
The car skidded into the path of an oncoming truck.
The fire destroyed everything in its path.
The cars moved aside to clear a path for the ambulance.
He tried to leave but one of the guards blocked his path.
3 : a way of living or proceeding that leads to something
the path to peace/success
They are heading down a dangerous path that could lead to war.
Their older children all became doctors, but their youngest son chose/followed a different (career) path.
lead someone down/up the garden path
take/follow the path of least resistance