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‘a six-year voyage to lớn Jupiter’‘Long distance travel, voyages và journeys that take us khổng lồ an unfamiliar environment.’‘Traveling by steamships, voyages lasted anywhere between seven days lớn a month.’‘The isl& is much the same way as it was when James Cook sailed by on his way trang chủ from his voyage of discovery in 1770.’‘Titanic enthusiast Steve Rigby will embark on a voyage of discovery when he phối sails on an expedition to see the wreông chồng of the great ship this summer.’‘Fritz Reiner himself had gone on a figurative sầu voyage of discovery before realizing that this was music worth conducting & recording.’‘It made me realise that Manchester had a really great music scene, and it set me off on a voyage of discovery around some of Manchester"s record shops.’‘One of the features of Edinburgh that enchanted me on my voyage of discovery two years ago was the Book Festival in Charlotte Square Gardens.’‘The Human Genome Project is one of the great feats of exploration in history, an inward voyage of discovery rather than an outward exploration of Earth or the cosmos.’‘The programme will feature the intrepid Adam Nicolson on one leg of an epic voyage of discovery that took hyên ổn six months to lớn complete và that gives viewers a wholly different view of the world.’‘My recent boat trip down the Li River was lượt thích a voyage baông xã in time.’‘Seven British warships and support vessels have sầu set off on a voyage around the world lớn mark the new millennium.’‘Although the two ships crossed paths several times on the return voyage, they never made liên hệ.’‘The Galileo unmanned spacecraft is about lớn conclude a 14-year voyage of exploration to Dòng Jupiter & its moons.’‘The craft began its historic voyage on 16 July 1969, taking off on board a Saturn 5 booster rocket.’‘We began the return voyage sometime after breakfast.’‘Liu won fame as the first Chinese to complete a solo voyage around the world.’‘The ship set sail under Robert Falbé Scott on his famous voyage of discovery khổng lồ the Antarctic.’‘The problem is that the mundane nature of a long sea voyage is being shown lớn the audience.’‘In 1863 she made her maiden voyage lớn Đài Loan Trung Quốc & Australia.’

verb

no object, with adverbial of direction

1Go on a long journey, typically by sea or in space.


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‘he has voyaged through places lượt thích Venezuela và Peru’
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‘We elected not khổng lồ fly baông xã to lớn the UK - instead, we voyaged up the African coast and through the Suez Canal by Polish cargo ship.’‘It was a central paradox of Arbus"s strongest years, however, that the pursuit of the authentic did not necessarily voyage toward sanity.’‘However much a skipper may gripe, maintenance is as much a part of boating as voyaging itself - and (if the truth be told) as enjoyable.’‘How does he feel, voyaging inkhổng lồ the darker recesses of this kind of soul to write about the very thing that he fears most?’‘The bridge was quiet as they voyaged on, Allison looking out the viewscreen as her sandy blonde hair fell inkhổng lồ her eyes.’‘Their stories didn"t stray far from trang chính and hearth, while pulp stories frequently ventured from the Wild West to lớn darkest Africa, or voyaged to the moon or Mars.’‘I thought about my parents, now in their early seventies, still hale but voyaging steadily into old age.’‘Eventually the compass made its way to lớn Europe và onkhổng lồ the ships Christopher Columbus used to lớn voyage across the Atlantic.’‘Throughout Iron Age times Hengistbury Head was an important port for ships crossing the English Channel or voyaging along the south coast.’‘Often the answer lies in travelling backwards, closer lớn his roots, as he did after voyaging in 1911 lớn India, where his mother had been born.’‘Blake, Sefton và crew then voyaged north to lớn the Amazon và another 1,400 miles up the rain-forested Amazon & Negro rivers.’‘The story deals with a group of people, including a famous diva, Florencia Grimaldi, voyaging down the Amazon on the steamship El Doravày in the early 1900s.’‘OpenUniverse lets you voyage through a simulated solar system, another thử nghiệm of graphics performance.’‘Before their colonization by the Europeans và the U.S. in the 1800s, the Polynesians continued voyaging bachồng và forth across the vast distances of the Pacific.’‘Navigating through the exhibit, which opens May 1, visitors will voyage through time & around the globe.’‘The Caledonian Canal was engineered to lớn provide shipping with a sheltered alternative sầu to lớn voyaging around the stormy Scottish coast.’‘We sat hunched in the cramped cabin space like creatures packed và voyaging through the unknown.’‘Imagine that you are an intergalactic space traveller, voyaging through the ancient cosmos.’‘As they voyage through space, the crew have lớn contkết thúc with anti-gravity failures, annoying talking doors và wars with alien races.’‘Here, plain to see, was a living, shining planet voyaging through space và shared by all of humanity, a precious vessel vulnerable khổng lồ pollution và to the overuse of its limited capacities.’
journey, tour, take a trip, go on a trip, voyage, go on an expedition, go on an excursion, go sightseeing, globetrot, backpack