circumnavigate

(redirected from circumnavigated)
Also found in: Thesaurus.

cir·cum·nav·i·gate

 (sûr′kəm-năv′ĭ-gāt′)
tr.v. cir·cum·nav·i·gat·ed, cir·cum·nav·i·gat·ing, cir·cum·nav·i·gates
1. To proceed completely around: circumnavigating the earth.
2. To go around; circumvent: circumnavigate the downtown traffic.

cir′cum·nav′i·ga′tion n.
cir′cum·nav′i·ga′tor n.

circumnavigate

(ˌsɜːkəmˈnævɪˌɡeɪt)
vb
(Navigation) (tr) to sail or fly completely around
ˌcircumˈnavigable adj
ˌcircumˌnaviˈgation n
ˌcircumˈnaviˌgator n

cir•cum•nav•i•gate

(ˌsɜr kəmˈnæv ɪˌgeɪt)

v.t. -gat•ed, -gat•ing.
1. to sail or fly completely around.
2. to go or maneuver around.
[1625–35; < Latin circumnāvigātus, past participle of circumnāvigāre=circum- circum- + nāvigāre to sail; see navigate]
cir`cum•nav′i•ga•ble (-gə bəl) adj.
cir`cum•nav`i•ga′tion, n.
cir`cum•nav′i•ga`tor, n.

circumnavigate


Past participle: circumnavigated
Gerund: circumnavigating

Imperative
circumnavigate
circumnavigate
Present
I circumnavigate
you circumnavigate
he/she/it circumnavigates
we circumnavigate
you circumnavigate
they circumnavigate
Preterite
I circumnavigated
you circumnavigated
he/she/it circumnavigated
we circumnavigated
you circumnavigated
they circumnavigated
Present Continuous
I am circumnavigating
you are circumnavigating
he/she/it is circumnavigating
we are circumnavigating
you are circumnavigating
they are circumnavigating
Present Perfect
I have circumnavigated
you have circumnavigated
he/she/it has circumnavigated
we have circumnavigated
you have circumnavigated
they have circumnavigated
Past Continuous
I was circumnavigating
you were circumnavigating
he/she/it was circumnavigating
we were circumnavigating
you were circumnavigating
they were circumnavigating
Past Perfect
I had circumnavigated
you had circumnavigated
he/she/it had circumnavigated
we had circumnavigated
you had circumnavigated
they had circumnavigated
Future
I will circumnavigate
you will circumnavigate
he/she/it will circumnavigate
we will circumnavigate
you will circumnavigate
they will circumnavigate
Future Perfect
I will have circumnavigated
you will have circumnavigated
he/she/it will have circumnavigated
we will have circumnavigated
you will have circumnavigated
they will have circumnavigated
Future Continuous
I will be circumnavigating
you will be circumnavigating
he/she/it will be circumnavigating
we will be circumnavigating
you will be circumnavigating
they will be circumnavigating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been circumnavigating
you have been circumnavigating
he/she/it has been circumnavigating
we have been circumnavigating
you have been circumnavigating
they have been circumnavigating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been circumnavigating
you will have been circumnavigating
he/she/it will have been circumnavigating
we will have been circumnavigating
you will have been circumnavigating
they will have been circumnavigating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been circumnavigating
you had been circumnavigating
he/she/it had been circumnavigating
we had been circumnavigating
you had been circumnavigating
they had been circumnavigating
Conditional
I would circumnavigate
you would circumnavigate
he/she/it would circumnavigate
we would circumnavigate
you would circumnavigate
they would circumnavigate
Past Conditional
I would have circumnavigated
you would have circumnavigated
he/she/it would have circumnavigated
we would have circumnavigated
you would have circumnavigated
they would have circumnavigated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.circumnavigate - travel around, either by plane or ship; "We compassed the earth"
circle - travel around something; "circle the globe"

circumnavigate

verb
To pass around but not through:
Translations
يَطوفُ حَوْل
obeploutobejít
kiertää
körülhajóz
sigla umhverfis
apiplaukimasapiplaukti
apbraukt apkārt
oboplávať
çevresini/etrafını dolaşmak

circumnavigate

[ˌsɜːkəmˈnævɪgeɪt] VTcircunnavegar

circumnavigate

[ˌsɜːrkəmˈnævɪgeɪt] vt [+ island] → contourner
to circumnavigate the world → faire le tour du monde en bateau

circumnavigate

vt the globeumfahren; (in yacht also) → umsegeln; cape, island alsoumschiffen

circumnavigate

[ˌsɜːkəmˈnævɪgeɪt] vtcircumnavigare

circumnavigate

(səːkəmˈnӕvigeit) verb
to sail round (especially the world).
ˈcircumˌnaviˈgation noun
References in classic literature ?
It was in the myth that they circumnavigated Malaita twice, and forayed as far as Ugi and San Cristobal across the wide seas.
Marilla had the face of a woman who had circumnavigated the globe.
Was pitch-forked into the Navy, but has not circumnavigated. I announced myself and was disposed of with the highly satisfactory results embodied before you.
Addressing the nation on the 44th edition of the monthly radio programme, 'Mann Ki Baat', he said, "These six daughters of India undertook the Navika Sagar Parikrama and in 254 days, they circumnavigated the globe in the INVS Tarini.
Forced to remove photos of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Lim Guan Eng, Pakatan Harapan's (PH) Seputeh candidate Teresa Kok circumnavigated an Election Commission (EC) order by replacing their faces with tongue-in-cheek silhouettes.
"My understanding is that there are many thousands of homes that are yet to be built that have effectively circumnavigated the sprinkler measure.
When Piccard circumnavigated the world in a hot-air balloon in 1999, he was shocked that he had used over 3 tons of fuel.
Which continent was first circumnavigated by Matthew Flinders?
The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland In A Ship Of Her Own Making.
"I am exfoliated, invigorated and circumnavigated by the firm hands of a woman I have never met before" - TV's Phillip Schofield Tweets after a massage session in Morocco.
The brainchild of famed Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard, who circumnavigated the globe in a hot-air balloon in 1999, the next step of the project is to circumnavigate the globe by 2012.
Should they succeed, Planet Solar will set a maritime milestone because no one has circumnavigated the globe in a solar electric boat thus far.