voyage

listen to the pronunciation of voyage
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} sefer

Titanik ilk seferinde battı. O büyük bir gemiydi. - The Titanic sank on her maiden voyage. She was a large ship.

{i} yolculuk

Birgün Mars'a yolculuk yapabileceğiz. - Someday we will be able to go on a voyage to Mars.

Amerika'ya yolculuk birçok hafta sürerdi. - The voyage to America used to take many weeks.

{i} deniz yolculuğu
{i} seyahat

O, Amerika'ya seyahate gitti. - He went on a voyage to America.

{f} deniz yolculuğu yap
{f} seyahat etmek
seyahat et
deniz seyahati
uzun gemi yolculuğu yapmak
gezi
{f} yolculuk etmek
on the voyage out gemiyle dışarı gidişte
on the voyage home memlekete dönüşte
voyage policy
seyahat poliçesi
voyage estimating
Yük gemilerinin yapacak oldukları seferlerde harcayacağı yakıt, mesafe, zaman, üzerinden hesaplanan bir tür maliyet hesabıdır
voyage with trials
denemeleri ile yolculuk
voyage charter
(Askeri,Kanun) sefer sözleşmesi
voyage charter
(Ticaret) yolculuk üzerine carter
voyage freight
(Ticaret) yolculuk navlunu
voyage masthead
(Bilgisayar) seyahat künyesi
voyage out
yurt dışına çıkma
voyage risk
(Ticaret) seyahat rizikosu
voyage sidebar
(Bilgisayar) seyahat kenar çubuğu
voyage web site
(Bilgisayar) seyahat web sitesi
bon voyage
yolunuz açık olsun!
bon voyage!
hayırlı yolculuklar
foreign voyage
(Ticaret) dış seyahat
maiden voyage
gemi için ilk sefer
permission for voyage
(Askeri) yola elverişlilik belgesi
voyager
yolculuk eden kimse
deep-sea voyage
uzak deniz yolculuğu
foreign voyage
yurtdışına yolculuk
round voyage
ring seferi
voyager
yolcu
bon voyage
iyi yolculuklar
combined voyage
kombine seyahat
voyager
seyyah
voyaging
denizde gezinmek
bon voyage
iyi yolculuklar, yolunuz açık olsun
combined voyage
(Turizm) çeşitli araçlı seyahat
institute voyage clauses
(Sigorta) enstitü sefer klozları
maiden voyage
geminin ilk seferi
ocean voyage
okyanus yolculuğu
outward voyage
(Askeri) dış deniz yolculuğu
set off on a voyage by ship
(Askeri) gemiyle yolculuğa çıkmak
voyager
{i} gezgin
Englisch - Englisch
{n} a travel by sea, an undertaking, gain
{v} to travel by sea, an undertaking, gain
To voyage to a place means to travel there, especially by sea. The Greenpeace flagship is voyaging through the Arctic cold of the Barents Sea. = journey, travel + voyager voyagers voy·ag·er fifteenth-century voyagers to the lands now called America and the Caribbean. + voyaging voy·ag·ing Our boat would not have been appropriate for ocean voyaging. to travel to a place, especially by ship
a journey by sea It usually includes the outward and homeward trips, which are called passages
travel by boat on a boat propelled by wind or by other means; "The QE2 will sail to Southampton tomorrow"
To take a voyage; especially, to sail or pass by water
a journey to some distant place travel by boat on a boat propelled by wind or by other means; "The QE2 will sail to Southampton tomorrow
To go on a long journey
{f} take a cruise, travel, make a journey
{i} trip, journey; travel, cruise; story of a journey
Course; way
A journey by sea from one port or country to another one or, in case of a round trip, to the same port Synonym: Trip
an act of traveling by water
Both outward and homeward passages
A voyage is a long journey on a ship or in a spacecraft. the first space shuttle voyage to be devoted entirely to astronomy
To travel; to pass over; to traverse
Formerly, a passage either by sea or land; a journey, in general; but not chiefly limited to a passing by sea or water from one place, port, or country, to another; especially, a passing or journey by water to a distant place or country
The trip designation (trade route and origin/destination) identifier, usually numerically sequential
A long journey; especially by ship
a journey to some distant place
The act or practice of traveling
maiden voyage
The first trip of a vessel in its intended duty

The Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on her maiden voyage.

voyager
{i} traveler, one who journeys, one who goes on trips
voyager
{n} a traveller by sea, sailor, mariner
Voyager
Voyager Program, the a US government space programme which, in 1977, sent two spaceships without people on board, called Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, to collect information about Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. someone who makes long and often dangerous journeys, especially on the sea. Either of two unmanned U.S. interplanetary probes launched in 1977 to gather information about the Sun's outer planets. Voyager 1 flew by Jupiter in 1979 and reached Saturn in 1980. Voyager 2 traveled more slowly, flying by Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus to reach Neptune in 1989. Data and photographs from both probes revealed new details about these giant planets, their moons, and their rings. In 1998 Voyager 1 became the most distant human-made object in space (overtaking Pioneer 10). Both Voyagers were expected to remain operable through the first or second decade of the 21st century, periodically transmitting data on the heliopause
bon voyage
formulae You say `bon voyage' to someone who is going on a journey, as a way of saying goodbye and wishing them good luck. Goodbye! Bon voyage!. used to wish someone a good journey
bon voyage
pleasant journey (French)
bon voyage
an organized expression of goodwill at the start of a trip or new venture
maiden voyage
first sailing, first cruise
voyaged
past of voyage
voyager
One who voyages; one who sails or passes by sea or water
voyager
A person who voyages, traveller, a person who explores new lands and worlds
voyager
a traveler to a distant land (especially one who travels by sea)
voyages
plural of voyage
voyages
third-person singular of voyage
voyaging
present participle of voyage
voyage
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