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Spanish translation of “traveltraveller’s palm”

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traveltraveller’s palm

verb, noun /ˈtrӕvl/ ( past tense, past participle travelled, British traveled)
to go from place to place; to journey
viajar
I travelled to Scotland by train He has to travel a long way to school.
to move
viajar, desplazarse
Light travels in a straight line.
to visit places, especially foreign countries
viajar
He has travelled a great deal.
traveller noun ( traveler) a person who travels
viajero; (trabajo) viajante
a weary traveller.
travelogue noun ( ( also travelogAmerican)) a film, article, talk etc about travels.
documental/artículo turístico
travels noun plural the visiting of foreign countries etc
viajes, de viaje
She’s off on her travels again.
travel agency noun ( plural travel agencies, travel bureaux , travel bureaus) ( travel bureau) a place where one can arrange journeys, book tickets etc
agencia de viajes
We went to the travel agency to book our holiday.
travel agent noun a person in charge of, or working in, a travel agency.
agente de viajes
traveller’s cheque noun ( traveler’s check) a cheque/check that a person can use in a foreign country instead of money, or to change into local money
cheque de viaje
Excuse me, can I cash a traveller’s cheque here, please?
a palm of the banana family, with a row of large leaves at the crown.
Ravenala / Palma del Viajero
Translations of “traveltraveller’s palm”
in French voyager, se déplacer, arbre du voyageur (sorte de palmier)…
(Definition of traveltraveller’s palm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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