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Definition of “voyage” - Learner’s Dictionary

voyage

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈvɔɪɪdʒ/
B2 a long journey, especially by ship, or in space: The ship sank on its maiden voyage (= first journey).Journeys
Translations of “voyage”
in Arabic رِحلة…
in Korean 항해…
in Malaysian pelayaran…
in French traversée…
in Turkish deniz/uzay yolculuğu, sefer…
in Italian viaggio, traversata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 航海, 航行…
in Russian путешествие, плавание…
in Polish podróż, rejs…
in Vietnamese chuyến du hành…
in Spanish viaje, travesía…
in Portuguese travessia, viagem de barco, viagem longa…
in Thai การเดินทาง…
in German die (See-)Reise…
in Catalan viatge, travessa…
in Japanese 航海, (長い)空の旅…
in Indonesian pelayaran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 航海, 航行…
(Definition of voyage from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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