Vocabulary:Travel (Part 1)

Vocabulary: Travel (Part 1)

Travel and Traveler

  1. 1.Travel and traveler
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  3. travel=go from place to another one; make journeys especially of some length or abroad
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  5. trip=journey or excursion, especially for pleasure
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  7. >holiday/ pleasure/ official trip
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  9. excursion=short journey or ramble for pleasure and returning to starting point
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  11. cruise=sail about without precise destination, or calling at series of places
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  13. caravan=company traveling together (especially across desert)
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  15. voyage=expedition to a distance, especially by water/air/in space
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  17. tour=pleasure journey including stops at various places and ending where it began
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  19. guided tour=tour made with a guide (person who shows the way)
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  21. wandering=going from place to place without settled route or aim
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  23. outing=pleasure trip or excursion
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  25. expedition-(long) journey for a certain purpose
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  27. passage- a journey or trip, especially by sea
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  29. crossing-a journey across the sea
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  31. sail-a short trip in a boat with sails
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  33. Traveller (Brit. English)=Traveler (Amer. English)
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  35. traveler=person who travels or is traveling

    tourist=holiday traveler

    wayfarer-a traveler on foot

    wanderer=a person who wanders

    voyager=a person who makes voyage

    commuter=a person who travels regularly by train or bus or car to and from the daily work in city

    nomad=member of tribe roaming from place to place for pasture;traveler

    pilgrim=one who journeys to sacred place as an act of religious devotion;traveler

    passenger=traveler in or on public or private conveyance

    first/second class passenger

    tourist class (by boat)=low class of passenger accommodation in ship or aircraft

    economy class (by plane)

    holiday=day of break from one`s normal work, especially for recreation

    holiday makers (US)=people who make their holiday

    a globe-trotter=a person who travels a lot through many countries of the world (staying only a short time in one place)

    day trippers=people on day excursions to the seaside

    coach party=group of people traveling on an organized journey(excursion) by private bus

    package holiday (tour) = a holiday where a travel company books your travel and accommodation for you

  1. 2. Phrases:
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  3. to pass transit through a country
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  5. to book (a) passage (to)
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  7. to reserve a cabin on a boat
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  9. to go on holiday by air/train/boat/car
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  11. to go on vacation(US)
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  13. to go on a journey/trip/excursion
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  15. to make a journey/trip/excursion
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  17. to go on a sightseeing tour
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  19. to do a sightseeing tour
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  21. to go on a cruise
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  23. to have an outing
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  25. to make a (round-the-) world trip
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  27. to go on a world trip
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  29. to go touring
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  31. to travel over land
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  33. to go on a round trip through a country
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  35. make voyage
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3. Some verbs related to Movement, Departure and Destination

  1. to move about; to move around; to move along; to move away; to move off;
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  3. to leave; to go away; to go off; to depart (from); to arrive (at); to reach;
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  5. to stay; to start out; to stop; to make a stopover (at); to turn up; to break a journey
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