to make a journey without taking a lot of heavy things with you: SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases

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 really travel mainly UK informal

That bike can really travel!SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases

You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:travel noun(ACTIVITY)SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrasestravel noun(MOVEMENT OF OBJECT)SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases

(Definition of travel from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Symmetries in modulated traveling waves in combustion: jumping ponies on a merry-go-round.

As a result, we chose to include only travelling latent individuals who are expected to enter the prodromal period at their destination.

A detonation wave has traveled to the right and it is in the process of collapsing the liner, which is shown in the figure.

Along with the harsh conditions in the southern and western circuits, the distance justices traveled in those circuits could itself be grueling.

Females, by contrast, stayed away from the roost throughout the night, irrespective of the foraging distance they travelled.

Transportation costs included the expenses incurred by traveling to and from the healthcare delivery site.

When travelling by kayak, all wildlife was recorded while transiting between known departure and arrival locations.

The oscillator beam passes an optical isolation, which prevents imperfectly polarized back traveling parts of the beam from entering the oscillator.

Accordingly, such travelling wave-forms as produce minimal angular recoil are desirable.

Many famous hard optimization problems, such as the travelling salesman problem or the protein folding problem, are global optimization problems.

If a photon enters such a cell and there is no surface to be found on its present trajectory, then it simply travels forever.

In the case of prisons and corruption the discourses have travelled as part of complex processes of diffusion.

Many patients spend their last days traveling to distant hospitals or getting through the long waiting lists.

Among adults aged 20 -40 years, travelling abroad was associated with illness.

Most of these were young women travelling abroad to experience something new before attending university or settling down in their own country.

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This concern may be somewhat Travel counterbalanced by the significant underestimation of daily passenger air travel.

He combined a passion for automobile travel and photography into a postcard business that proved popular with motoring tourists of the 1930s and 1940s.

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Old railway lines and roads were mainly intended for domestic travel.

These examples are from corpora and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors.Translations of travel

(通常指長途)旅行, 行進, (食品等)經得起長途運輸…

(通常指长途)旅行, 行进, (食品等)经得起长途运输…

viajar, voar, viagens…in more languages

yolculuk etmek, seyahat etmek, gezmek…

voyager, parcourir, se propager…

cestovat, urazit, šířit se…

melancong, bergerak, perjalanan…

เดินทาง, ย้าย, ท่องเที่ยว…

đi lại, chuyển động, đi thăm…

podróżować, jeździć, rozchodzić się…

berjalan, bergerak, mengembara…

fahren, sich bewegen, reisen…

reise, spre seg, reising [masculine]…

мандрувати, подорожувати, переміщатися…

viaggiare, il viaggiare, viaggio…

путешествовать, распространяться, путешествие…

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