Then, he set to work building a shortcut that would take the minable minerals he found through the mountain.
It might also stop falling prey to the notion that the Muslim Brotherhood offers a shortcut to democratic stability.
Unwisely, he took a shortcut and so missed the impassable Cabora Bassa cataracts blocking the river.
“Paying her dues like that, working her way up—she never tried to shortcut anything,” Lavender said.
This sort of “shortcut” is frowned upon in the martial arts community.
Nanglaktud ku padúng sa simbahan, I took a shortcut to church.
A shortcut brought me—I could wish it had been shorter still.
It is a shortcut indicating that the word should have two m's in succession.
I don't want to walk up the hill, even if you do have a shortcut.
"Well, I've got to be one of them," she said in her shortcut American way.
Microsoft Corporation's term for a symbolic link, stored as a file with extension ".lnk". Shortcuts first appeared in 1996 in the Windows 95 operating system. Windows shortcuts can link to any file or directory ("folder"), including those on remote computers, using UNC paths. Each shortcut can also have its own icon. A shortcut that links to an executable file can pass arguments and specify the directory in which the command should run. Unlike a Unix symbolic link, a shortcut does not always behave exactly like the target file or directory.