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Meaning of “travel” - Learner’s Dictionary

travel

verb     /ˈtrævəl/ ( present participle mainly UK travelling, past tense and past participle travelled, present participle US traveling, past tense and past participle traveled)
MAKE A JOURNEY [I, T]
A1 to make a journey: I spent a year travelling around Asia. He travelled over 100 miles to be at the wedding. He has to travel abroad a lot on business.Driving and operating road vehiclesTravelling
MOVE [I]
B1 If light, sound, or news travels, it moves from one place to another: News of the accident travelled fast.General words for movement
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