Travel

Travel,

Definition of Travel:

  1. Take more than the allowed number of steps (typically two) while holding the ball without dribbling it.

  2. (of an object or radiation) move, typically in a constant or predictable way.

  3. The action of traveling.

  4. The range, rate, or mode of motion of a part of a machine.

  5. Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

  6. Act of traversing through a geographic region or moving from one place to another. This can be temporarily, as is often the case, and can be for a short period of time. Salespersons often travel to different regions in order to generate sales with another company for example.

Synonyms of Travel

Move, Proceed, Progress, Advance, 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, Cover ground, Cross, Delivery, Deportation, Descend, Diapedesis, Diffusion, Dissemination, Do, Ebb, Excursions, Expedition, Expeditions, Explore, Export, Exportation, Expulsion, Extradition, Fare, Fare forth, Fetch, Flit, Flow, Forward motion, Forwardal, Forwarding, Fraternize, Furtherance, Furthering, Gain ground, Gait, Gang, Gather head, Gather way, Get ahead, Get along, Get over, Globe-trotting, Go, Go ahead, Go along, Go around, Go fast, Go forward, Go on, Go over, Go round, Go sideways, Go-ahead, Gyrate, Hang about, Hang around, Headway, Hie, Import, Importation, Interchange, Journey, Journeyings, Journeys, Junkets, Lick, Make good time, Make head against, Make headway, Make progress, Make progress against, Make strides, Make up leeway, March, Measure, Metastasis, Metathesis, Metempsychosis, Migration, Mount, Move, Move along, Move forward, Move on, Move over, Mutual transfer, Odyssey, Ongoing, Onward course, Osmosis, Overpass, Pace, Pass, Pass along, Pass on, Pass over, Pass through, Passage, Passing over, Patrol, Perambulate, Peregrinate, Peregrinations, Pererrate, Perfusion, Peripatetics, Plunge, Ply, Proceed, Process, Progress, Progression, Progressiveness, Promotion, Push on, Range, Range over, Rate, Reconnoiter, Regress, Repair, Retrogress, Rise, Roam, Roll, Roll on, Rolling, Rolling on, Rotate, Rove, Run, Sashay, Scour, Scour the country, Scout, Shift, Sink, Soar, Socialize, Spin, Spread, Spreading, Stem, Step, Step forward, Stir, Stream, Stride, Subside, Sweep, Tour, Touring, Tourism, Tours, Track, Transduction, Transfer, Transfer of property, Transference, Transfusion, Transit, Transition, Translation, Translocation, Transmigration, Transmigration of souls, Transmission, Transmittal, Transmittance, Transplacement, Transplantation, Transposal, Transposition, Travel over, Travel through, Travels, Traverse, Tread, Trek, Trekking, Treks, Trip, Trips, Voyage, Voyagings, Wanderings, Wane, Way, Wayfare, Wend, Whirl

How to use Travel in a sentence?

  1. The vessel had been traveling from Libya to Ireland.
  2. As a sales representative for his company, Jim is often required to travel long distances to meet with prospective buyers.
  3. My job involves a lot of travel.
  4. Light travels faster than sound.
  5. If your job will allow for a lot of travel then you will be able to see the world while getting paid for it and who wouldnt want that.
  6. Travel was a very standard aspect of his job, as being a district manager does not allow someone to work at one location permanently.

Meaning of Travel & Travel Definition