circumnavigator


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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.
Translations

circumnavigator

n circumnavigator of the globeWeltumsegler(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
At Kealakekau, the scene of that tragedy, a strip of ship's copper nailed against an upright post in the ground used to inform the traveller that beneath reposed the 'remains' of the great circumnavigator. But I am strongly inclined to believe not only the corpse was refused Christian burial, but that the heart which was brought to Vancouver some time after the event, and which the Hawiians stoutly maintained was that of Captain Cook, was no such thing; and that the whole affair was a piece of imposture which was sought to be palmed off upon the credulous Englishman.
You are a sort of circumnavigator come to settle among us, and will keep up my belief in the antipodes.
F., not at all put out by surprise, instantly declared him a Circumnavigator. Was pitch-forked into the Navy, but has not circumnavigated.
In addition to this, Pakistan's first circumnavigator, Fakhr-e-Alam also supported the initiative and wrote on his twitter account: "Ali Haider Zaidi you made the call and the people have responded.
(103) However, as the mail and passengers had been backed up on this heavily-traveled route during the previous week, I assume our imagined circumnavigator was held up overnight at Pollard's Lodge, at the west end of Donner Lake.
Well yes, because we are celebrating the 500th year in 2021 not only of Magellan's landing in the Philippines and the start of Christianization here, but also Magellan's being the first circumnavigator of the world, although Tonypet insists it was not Magellan, but his slave Enrique de Malvar.
Harmonica Wizard The Legionnaires Royal Welch Fusiliers (2) The Salvation Army The Aviators A Century of Progress Circumnavigator's Club Kansas Wildcats Flie Northern Pines Universal Peace The Wildcats Table 2.
Naipaul was awarded the 2001 Nobel Prize for literature, the Swedish Academy described him as a 'literary circumnavigator, only ever really at home in himself, in his inimitable voice.' For contemporary writers like myself, who spend a good portion of the year restlessly moving from one continent to the other, nothing less than the boundless breadth of the world serves as 'home.'
In awarding him the Nobel Prize in literature in 2001, the Swedish Academy described him as "a literary circumnavigator, only ever really at home in himself, in his inimitable voice."
The operation was the result of a chance encounter between the sixtime solo circumnavigator, who was born in Newcastle, and Nigel Davison, chief executive with the Express Group and himself a keen sailor.
The operation was the result of a chance encounter between the six-time solo circumnavigator, who was born in Newcastle, and Nigel Davison, chief executive with the Express Group and himself a keen sailor.
Throughout the book, Lay convinces us--and I have no doubt of it--that Cook was a great leader of men, scrupulously fair, and the first circumnavigator to bring back a crew without a single loss of life to scurvy.