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destination

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌdestɪˈneɪʃən/ TRANSPORT
the place where someone is going or where something is being sent or taken: The shipment should arrive at its destination in three days. We had to change planes twice before reaching our final destination. a holiday destination
Translations of “destination”
in Arabic جِهة, وَجْهة…
in Korean 목적지…
in Malaysian destinasi…
in French destination…
in Turkish menzil, varış yeri, birinin/birşeyin gideceği/varacağı yer…
in Italian destinazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 目的地, 終點…
in Russian место назначения…
in Polish cel (podróży), miejsce przeznaczenia…
in Vietnamese nơi đến…
in Spanish destino…
in Portuguese destino…
in Thai จุดหมายปลายทาง…
in German der Bestimmungsort, die Bestimmung…
in Catalan destinació…
in Japanese 行き先…
in Indonesian tujuan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 目的地, 终点…
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