Journey - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈdʒɜːrni|  American pronunciation of the word journey
Brit.  |ˈdʒəːni|  British pronunciation of the word journey

noun

- the act of traveling from one place to another (syn: journeying)

verb

- undertake a journey or trip (syn: travel)
- travel upon or across (syn: travel)

Examples

a long journey across the country

She's on the last leg of a six-month journey through Europe.

We wished her a safe and pleasant journey.

She was the first woman to journey into space.

...an intense yearning to journey to distant lands...

Our planes fly hundreds of journeys every day.

I still use my car, but now I make fewer journeys.

We are going on a journey to a strange country.

We broke our journey to have a picnic.

The return journey was uneventful.

Have a safe journey.

To avoid a wasted journey, ring the number below to check that the event is still on.

On Thursday we set off on the final leg of our journey.

The novel is an account of his spiritual journey.

They left the town and journeyed south.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: journey
he/she/it: journeys
present participle: journeying
past tense: journeyed
past participle: journeyed
noun
singular: journey
plural: journeys
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