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n., v. -aged, -ag•ing. n.
journey trip voyage excursion
A journey is the process of travelling from one place to another by land, air, or sea.
A trip is the process of travelling from one place to another, staying there, usually for a short time, and coming back again.
A voyage is a long journey from one place to another in a ship or spacecraft.
An excursion is a short trip made either as a tourist or in order to do a particular thing.
You make or go on a journey.
You take or go on a trip.
You make a voyage.
You go on an excursion.
Don't use 'do' with any of these words. Don't say, for example, 'We did a bus trip'.
Past participle: voyaged
|Noun||1.||voyage - an act of traveling by water |
maiden voyage - the first voyage of its kind; "in 1912 the ocean liner Titanic sank on its maiden voyage"
|2.||voyage - a journey to some distant place |
crossing - a voyage across a body of water (usually across the Atlantic Ocean)
|Verb||1.||voyage - travel on water propelled by wind or by other means; "The QE2 will sail to Southampton tomorrow"|
astrogate - navigate in space
cruise - sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing; "We were cruising in the Caribbean"