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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “travelled”

travelled

adjective (US usually traveled)
 
 
/ˈtræv.əld/
well-/much-/little-travelled describes a journey or route that many/few people travel on
(旅程或線路)旅客常來常往/很多/稀少的
Travelling
well-/widely-travelled describes people who have visited many countries
(人)到過許多地方的
They're a well-travelled couple.
他們是一對到過許多地方的夫婦。
Journeys
(Definition of travelled from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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