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expedition

noun /ekspiˈdiʃən/
an organized journey with a purpose
expedición
an expedition to the South Pole.
a group making such a journey
expedición
He was a member of the expedition which climbed Mount Everest.
expeditionary adjective (especially of troops) forming, or sent on, an expedition eg to fight abroad.
expedicionario
Translations of “expedition”
in Korean 탐험…
in Arabic حَمْلَة…
in French expédition…
in Italian spedizione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 旅程, 遠征, 探險,考察…
in Russian экспедиция, поход…
in Turkish planlı/amaçlı gezi, inceleme/araştırma gezisi…
in Polish ekspedycja, wyprawa…
in Portuguese expedição…
in German die Expedition…
in Catalan expedició…
in Japanese 探検…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅程, 远征, 探险,考察…
(Definition of expedition from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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