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journey

noun [C]     /ˈdʒɜː.ni/ US  /ˈdʒɝː-/
the act of travelling from one place to another, especially in a vehicle (尤指搭乘交通工具的)旅行,行程 It's a two-hour train journey from York to London. 從約克到倫敦乘火車需要兩個小時。 I love going on long journeys. 我喜歡長途旅行。 We broke our journey (= stopped for a short time) in Edinburgh before travelling on to Inverness the next day. 我們在愛丁堡稍作停留,第二天繼續踏上旅途去印威內斯。 Did you have a good journey? 你的旅途愉快嗎? Have a safe journey! 祝你一路平安! figurative He views his life as a spiritual journey towards a greater understanding of his faith. 他把生活視作一種深入認識信仰的精神旅程。 Journeys
Translations of “journey”
in Arabic رِحْلة…
in Korean 여행…
in Malaysian perjalanan…
in French voyage, trajet…
in Turkish yolculuk, gezi, seyahat…
in Italian viaggio…
in Russian путешествие…
in Polish podróż…
in Vietnamese quãng đường…
in Spanish viaje…
in Portuguese viagem…
in Thai การเดินทาง…
in German die Reise…
in Catalan viatge…
in Japanese 旅…
in Indonesian perjalanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指乘交通工具的)旅行,行程…
(Definition of journey noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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