Definition of Travel

1. Noun. The act of going from one place to another. "He enjoyed selling but he hated the travel"

2. Verb. Change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically. "They travel in the countryside"; "News travelled fast"
Exact synonyms: Go, Locomote, Move
Specialized synonyms: Circulate, Go Around, Spread, Carry, Ease, Whish, Float, Swap, Seek, Whine, Fly, Ride, Come, Ghost, Betake Oneself, Overfly, Pass Over, Wend, Do, Raft, Get About, Get Around, Repair, Resort, Cruise, Journey, Come, Come Up, Round, Trundle, Push, Travel Purposefully, Swing, Cast, Drift, Ramble, Range, Roam, Roll, Rove, Stray, Swan, Tramp, Vagabond, Wander, Take The Air, Walk, Meander, Thread, Wander, Weave, Wind, Forge, Spirt, Spurt, Crawl, Creep, Scramble, Slide, Slither, Roll, Wheel, Glide, Bounce, Jounce, Breeze, Be Adrift, Blow, Drift, Float, Play, Float, Swim, Swim, Walk, Move Around, Turn, Circle, Slice Into, Slice Through, Drift, Err, Stray, Run, Step, Drive, Motor, Automobile, Ski, Fly, Wing, Steam, Steamer, Tram, Taxi, Ferry, Caravan, Ride, Sit, Prance, Swim, Arise, Come Up, Go Up, Lift, Move Up, Rise, Uprise, Ascend, Go Up, Come Down, Descend, Fall, Go Down, Fall, Crank, Zigzag, Follow, Travel Along, Advance, Go On, March On, Move On, Pass On, Progress, Draw Back, Move Back, Pull Away, Pull Back, Recede, Retire, Retreat, Withdraw, Retrograde, Continue, Go Forward, Proceed, Back, Pan, Follow, Lead, Precede, Follow, Pursue, Return, Derail, Jump, Flock, Accompany, Billow, Circulate, Circle, Circulate, Angle, Go Across, Go Through, Pass, Go By, Go Past, Pass, Pass By, Surpass, Travel By, Hurry, Speed, Travel Rapidly, Zip, Speed, Zoom, Drive, Belt Along, Bucket Along, Cannonball Along, Hasten, Hie, Hotfoot, Pelt Along, Race, Rush, Rush Along, Speed, Step On It, Shack, Trail, Shuttle, Hiss, Whoosh, Whisk, Career, Circuit, Lance, Go Around, Outflank, Propagate, Draw, Change, Transfer, Swash, Pace, Step, Tread, Step, Hurtle, Retreat, Whistle, Island Hop, Plough, Plow, Lurch, Sift, Fall, Drag, Run, Bang, Precess, Move Around, Ride, Snowshoe, Beetle
Related verbs: Displace, Move
Also: Go Around, Go By, Go By, Go Down, Go Down, Go Down, Go Off, Go On, Go On, Go Out, Go Under, Go Up, Go Up, Move Back, Move On, Move Out
Derivative terms: Locomotion, Locomotion, Locomotive, Motion, Move, Movement, Movement, Mover, Traveler, Traveller
Antonyms: Stay In Place

3. Noun. A movement through space that changes the location of something.

4. Verb. Undertake a journey or trip. "They travel "
Exact synonyms: Journey
Generic synonyms: Jaunt, Trip
Specialized synonyms: Tour, Globe-trot, Sledge, Navigate, Sail, Voyage, Trek, Trek
Related verbs: Journey
Derivative terms: Journey, Journeyer, Journeying, Traveler, Traveling, Traveller, Travelling

5. Noun. Self-propelled movement.
Exact synonyms: Locomotion
Generic synonyms: Motion, Move, Movement
Specialized synonyms: Brachiation, Walk, Walking, Step, Gait, Run, Running, Jog, Lope, Trot, Crawl, Crawling, Creep, Creeping, Circle, Circuit, Lap, Dance Step, Step, Stroke
Derivative terms: Locomote, Locomotive

6. Verb. Make a trip for pleasure.
Exact synonyms: Jaunt, Trip
Causes: Go, Locomote, Move
Specialized synonyms: Junket, Junketeer, Travel To, Visit, Journey, Ply, Run, Commute, Peregrinate
Derivative terms: Jaunt, Traveler, Traveller, Trip, Tripper

7. Verb. Travel upon or across. ; "Travel the oceans"
Exact synonyms: Journey
Generic synonyms: Go, Locomote, Move
Related verbs: Journey
Specialized synonyms: Sail, Ship, Ride, Fly, Cruise
Derivative terms: Journey, Journeyer, Traveller

8. Verb. Undergo transportation as in a vehicle. "We travelled North on Rte. 508"
Generic synonyms: Go, Locomote, Move
Specialized synonyms: Fly, Hop, Ride
Derivative terms: Traveler, Traveller

9. Verb. Travel from place to place, as for the purpose of finding work, preaching, or acting as a judge.
Exact synonyms: Move Around
Generic synonyms: Go, Locomote, Move
Specialized synonyms: Itinerate
Derivative terms: Traveler, Traveller

Definition of Travel

1. v. i. To labor; to travail.

2. v. t. To journey over; to traverse; as, to travel the continent.

3. n. The act of traveling, or journeying from place to place; a journey.

Definition of Travel

1. Verb. (intransitive) To be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another. ¹

2. Verb. (intransitive) To pass from here to there; to move or transmit; to go from one place to another. ¹

3. Verb. (intransitive basketball) To move illegally by walking or running without dribbling the ball. ¹

4. Verb. (transitive) To travel throughout (a place). ¹

5. Noun. The act of travel(l)ing ¹

6. Noun. (p) a series of journeys ¹

7. Noun. (p) an account of one's travels ¹

8. Noun. The activity or traffic along a route or through a given point ¹

9. Noun. The working motion of a piece of machinery; the length of a mechanical stroke ¹

10. Noun. (obsolete) Labour; parturition; travail. ¹

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Definition of Travel

1. to go from one place to another [v -ELED, -ELING, -ELS or -ELLED, -ELLING, -ELS]

Medical Definition of Travel

1. Aspects of health and disease related to travel. It includes the physiologic and psychologic beneficial or adverse effects of travel in general or with regard to specific diseases. It includes also emporiatrics, the specialty devoted to the medical aspects of travel. It excludes study tours. (12 Dec 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Travel

travel (current term)
travel agencies
travel agency
travel agent
travel agents
travel allowance
travel along
travel and entertainment account
travel back and forth
travel bargain
travel by
travel document

Literary usage of Travel

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Britons and Muscovites: Or Traits of Two Empires by Curtis Guild (1888)
"Indeed, a falling- off of American travel, owing to business panic or any other reason, is noted at once in European capitals and the consequent loss of ..."

2. English Travellers of the Renaissance by Clare Macllelen Howard (1914)
"CHAPTER I THE BEGINNINGS OF travel FOR CULTURE OF the many social impulses ... world over now-a-days," the love of travel received a notable modification. ..."

3. Across Russia: From the Baltic to the Danube by Charles Augustus Stoddard (1891)
"One can cross the continent by rail, and by continuous travel make the journey in five days; but if he finds rest as well as recreation ..."

4. Practical European Guide: Preparation, Cost, Routes, Sight-seeing by Mae Douglas Durell Frazar (1907)
"To travel well is indeed an art, and yet it is one that may be easily mastered. ... As good health enters largely into the question of enjoyment in travel, ..."

5. Russian Central Asia: Including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva and Merv by Henry Lansdell (1885)
"A new country, little visited by Englishmen.— Changed mode of travel. ... One Russian officer had expressed surprise that I did not travel with a servant. ..."

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