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  • travel

    trav|el1 [ trævl ] (present participle trav|el|ing or trav|el|ling; past tense and past participle trav|eled or trav|elled) verb *** ▸ 1 go on (long) trip ▸ 2 go somewhere ▸ 3 spread and affect people ▸ 4 move at a speed ▸ 5 about…

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • travel

    {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ air, airline (esp. AmE), airplane (esp. AmE), automobile (AmE), bus, car, coach (BrE), jet, rail

    Collocations dictionary

  • travel

    / træv(ə)l/ verb to go from one place to another, showing a company’s goods to buyers and taking orders from them ● She travels in the north of the country for an insurance company. (NOTE: travelling – travelled. The American spelling is…

    Marketing dictionary in english

  • .travel

    Введение 2005 Тип домена общий домен верхнего уровня Статус действующий Регистратор Tralliance Corporation

    Википедия

  • travel

    Verb: To go from one place to another. To make a trip. To pass over a public way for the purpose of business, convenience, or pleasure. 25 Am J1st High § 427. To make such use of a way as the occasion may require legitimately. Caddo Electric…

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • travel

    1 verb travelled, travelling BrE, traveled, traveling AmE 1 JOURNEY a) (I) to go from one place to another, or to several places, especially to distant places: If I had a lot of money I d travel. | They re travelling down from Edinburgh on Monday

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • travel

    trav·el || trævl n. act of traveling, movement, journeying v. go on a journey, go on a voyage, move, go from one place to another

    English contemporary dictionary

  • travel

    [14] Travel and travail [13] are doublets – that is to say, they have a common ancestor, but have split into separate words. Their ultimate source is medieval Latin trepālium, a term for an instrument of torture made of three sharp stakes. This…

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • travel

    [[t]træ̱v(ə)l[/t]] ♦♦ travels, travelling, travelled (in AM, use traveling, traveled) 1) VERB If you travel, you go from one place to another, often to a place that is far away. [V prep/adv] You had better travel to Helsinki tomorrow... [V…

    English dictionary

  • travel

    1) OT: People did not travel very far unless they were traders or soldiers. Sea journeys were repugnant to Israelites and roads were often no more than paths trodden down by cattle and pedestrians. Egyptians had wagons (drawn by oxen? Gen. 46:5)

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • travel

    v 1. journey, voyage, take a trip, tour, junket; see the world, Inf. globetrot, take a slow boat to China, shuffle off to Buffalo; hit the road or trail, cruise, sail, ride the bounding main, fly, jet, drive, motor, thumb, hitchhike, hitch, Fr.…

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • .travel

    es un dominio de internet de nivel superior (TLD) aprobado por el ICANN el 8 de abril de 2005 como un dominio de Internet patrocinado como parte de un segundo grupo de nuevos TLD evaluados en 2004. Su uso esta restringido a agentes de viajes,…

    Wikipedia Español

  • travel

    verb (travels, travelling, travelled; US travels, traveling, traveled) 1》 make a journey.     ↘journey along (a road) or through (a region). 2》 move or go.     ↘informal (of a vehicle) move quickly. 3》 withstand a journey without impairment: this

    English new terms dictionary

  • travel

    1. (verb) In personals ads or Internet chat arrangements for casual sex, the act of going to the home of the trick, who is the host. I am married, so I must travel to your place. See Kyle 2. In the vernacular of mountain biking: a term referring…

    Urban slang

  • travel

     Move quickly

    A concise dictionary of English slang

  • travel

    trav|el1 W2S2 [ˈtrævəl] v past tense and past participle travelled present participle travelling BrE past tense and past participle traveled present participle traveling AmE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(journey)¦ 2¦(distance)¦ 3 well

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • travel

    [1] The distance an object can move. [2] The distance that suspension components, forks and shocks, move up and down when the bike rides over bumps. [3] Measurement of the total distance that a shock can move. See clutch pedal free travel…

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Travel

    Trav el, n. 1. The act of traveling, or journeying from place to place; a journey. [1913 Webster] With long travel I am stiff and weary. Shak. [1913 Webster] His travels ended at his country seat. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. pl. An account, by a…

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Travel

    Trav el, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Traveled}or {Travelled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Traveling} or {Travelling}.] [Properly, to labor, and the same word as travail.] 1. To labor; to travail. [Obsoles.] Hooker. [1913 Webster] 2. To go or march on foot; to…

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Travel

    Trav el, v. t. 1. To journey over; to traverse; as, to travel the continent. I travel this profound. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. To force to journey. [R.] [1913 Webster] They shall not be traveled forth of their own franchises. Spenser. [1913…

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • travel

    varlet

    Anagrams dictionary

  • travel

    noun see travel broadens the mind verb see bad news travels fast it is better to travel hopefully than to arrive he travels fastest who travels alone

    Proverbs new dictionary

  • travel */*/*/

    I UK [ˈtræv(ə)l] / US verb Word forms travel : present tense I/you/we/they travel he/she/it travels present participle travelling past tense travelled past participle travelled 1) [intransitive/transitive] to go on a journey or visit different…

    English dictionary

  • travel

    [trav′əl] vi. traveled or travelled, traveling or travelling [var. of TRAVAIL] 1. to go from one place to another; make a journey or journeys 2. to go from place to place as a traveling salesman 3. to walk or run 4. to move, pass, or be t

    English World dictionary

  • travel

    To go from one place to another at a distance; to journey. Spoken of voluntary change of place. Within the meaning of a constitutional right to travel, means migration with intent to settle and abide. Strong v. Collates, D.C.Mass., 450 F.Supp.…

    Black's law dictionary

  • travel

    travail

    American English homophones

  • travel

    v. & n. v.intr. & tr. (travelled, travelling; US traveled, traveling) 1 intr. go from one place to another; make a journey esp. of some length or abroad. 2 tr. a journey along or through (a country). b cover (a distance) in travelling. 3 intr.…

    Useful english dictionary

  • travel

    (v.) late 14c., to journey, from travailen (1300) to make a journey, originally to toil, labor (see TRAVAIL (Cf. travail)). The semantic development may have been via the notion of go on a difficult journey, but it may also reflect the difficulty

    Etymology dictionary

  • travel

      Ka ahele, ka apuni, huaka i hele, huaka i, māhoa; hoe (fig.);     around, ka apuni, holopuni;     with brief stopovers, noho hele;     by sea, au, aukai, aumoana;     in the mountains, hele mauna;     together, of two, hele lua.     Fond of…

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • travel

    ► VERB (travelled, travelling; US also traveled, traveling) 1) make a journey. 2) journey along (a road) or through (a region). 3) move or go from one place to another. 4) withstand a journey without adverse effects

    English terms dictionary

  • travel

    Synonyms and related words: advance, advancement, advancing, ascend, associate, back, back up, budge, career, change, change place, circle, climb, clip, come along, come on, communication, commute, conduction, contagion, convection, course, cover

    Moby Thesaurus

  • travel

    index perambulate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006

    Law dictionary

  • Travel

    is the change in location of people on a trip through the means of transport from one location to another. Travel may be performed for recreation (as part of tourism or to visit friends and family), as part of business or for commuting. Travel…

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  • Travel

    move with speed: The car was really travelling

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • travel

    1. verb 1) Tim spent much of his time traveling abroad Syn: journey, tour, take a trip, voyage, explore, go sightseeing, globe trot, backpack, gallivant; archaic peregrinate 2) we traveled the length and breadth of the island Syn: jour

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • Travel

    путешествие. Согласно словарям путешествие это поездка или передви­жение пешком куда либо далеко за пределы постоянного места жительства с какой либо целью или вообще без оной. В русском варианте, в том числе в Толковом словаре живого…

    Лексикон туриста

  • travel

    I. v. n. 1. Walk, go on foot. 2. Journey, ramble, rove, roam, take a journey, take a trip, make a tour, make an excursion. 3. Pass, go, move, make progress. II. v. a. Pass, go over, journey over. III. n. 1. Journeying, travelling

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • travel

    1. verb Syn: journey, tour, take a trip, voyage, go sightseeing, globetrot, backpack, trek 2. noun; (travels) Syn: travelling, journeys, expeditions, trips, tours, excursions, voyages

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • Travel

       The ancient Egyptians did not as a rule travel extensively, but the king and officials needed to traverse the country, and farmers needed to visit local markets. Then, as now, most people either walked or rode donkeys for local visits. An…

    Ancient Egypt

  • Travel

    (Санкт Петербург,Россия) Категория отеля: Адрес: Улица Типанова 7, Московский район, Санкт П

    Каталог отелей

  • travel*/*/*/

    [ˈtræv(ə)l] (present participle travelling; past tense and past participle travelled) verb I 1) to go on a journey, or visit different places Matt spends much of his time travelling abroad.[/ex] We travelled around Spain for two weeks.[/ex] Joe…

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • travel

    travelable, adj. /trav euhl/, v., traveled, traveling or (esp. Brit.) travelled, travelling, n., adj. v.i. 1. to go from one place to another, as by car, train, plane, or ship; take a trip; journey: to travel for pleasure. 2. to move or go from…

    Universalium

  • travel

    I. verb ( eled or elled; eling or travelling) Etymology: Middle English travailen, travelen to torment, labor, strive, journey, from Anglo French travailler Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. a. to go on or as if on a trip or tour

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • travel

    ▪ I. travel trav‧el 1 [ˈtrævl] noun [uncountable] TRAVEL the activity of going from one place to another, or to several different places, by air, road, rail etc: • The drop in revenue reflected lower levels of domestic travel (= within your own…

    Financial and business terms

  • .travel

    Infobox Top level domain name=.travel background=#FCC introduced=2005 type=Sponsored top level domain status=Active registry=Tralliance Corporation sponsor=The Travel Partnership Corporation intendeduse=Travel industry actualuse=A few travel…

    Wikipedia

  • Travel

       From its beginnings, American theatre seemed to be situated in a few East Coast cities, but as the United States expanded, actors and productions took to the road with great frequency. During the first half of the 19th century, rivers served…

    The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • travel

    trav•el [[t]ˈtræv əl[/t]] v. eled, el•ing (esp. brit.) elled, el•ling, 1) to go from one place to another, as by car, train, plane, or ship; take a trip 2) to move or pass from one place or point to another 3) to proceed or advance 4) to pass or…

    From formal English to slang

  • .travel

    Jeder Name einer Domain im Internet besteht aus einer Folge von durch Punkte getrennten Zeichen. Die Bezeichnung Top Level Domain (vom englischen top level domain, übersetzt Bereich oberster Ebene; Abkürzung TLD) bezeichnet dabei den letzten…

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • travel

    [c]/ˈtrævəl / (say travuhl) verb (travelled or, US, traveled, travelling or, US, traveling) –verb (i) 1. to go from one place to another; make a journey: to travel for pleasure. 2. to move or go from one place or point to another. 3. to proceed…

    Australian English dictionary

  • travel

    I n. 1) air; foreign; sea travel 2) travel from; to (travel from the United States to Japan) II v. 1) to travel extensively, widely; far; far and wide 2) to travel deluxe; first class; incognito; light; second class 3) (D; intr.) to travel by (to

    Combinatory dictionary

  • travel

    1. verb /ˈtɹævəl/ a) To be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another. I like to travel. b) To pass from here to there; to move or transmit; to go from one place to another. Soundwaves can…

    Wiktionary

  • Travel

    (Пермь,Россия) Категория отеля: Адрес: Улица Максима Горького 14б, Пермь, Россия

    Каталог отелей

  • travel

    Australian Slang move with speed: The car was really travelling

    English dialects glossary

  • travel

    The verb has inflected forms travelled, travelling, traveller in BrE, and usually traveled, traveling, traveler in AmE

    Modern English usage

  • travel

    I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Go from one place to another Nouns 1. travel; traveling, wayfaring, itinerancy, tourism; journey, voyage, excursion, junket, expedition, safari, tour, [pleasure or business] trip, trek, crossing, cruise

    English dictionary for students

  • travel

    [14] Travel and travail [13] are doublets – that is to say, they have a common ancestor, but have split into separate words. Their ultimate source is medieval Latin trepālium, a term for an instrument of torture made of three sharp stakes. This…

    Word origins

  • travel

    [n] journey biking, commutation, cruising, drive, driving, excursion, expedition, flying, globe trotting*, hop*, junket, movement, navigation, overnight, passage, peregrination, ramble, ride, riding, sailing, seafaring, sightseeing, swing, tour,…

    New thesaurus

  • .travel

    est un domaine de premier niveau commandité réservé (théoriquement) au secteur industriel du voyage (compagnies aériennes, agences de voyages, etc.). Le domaine .travel a été approuvé par l ICANN le 8 avril 2005. Lien externe (en) En savoir plus…

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