journeyEnglish - Vietnamese Dictionary
journey /'dʤə:ni/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cuộc hành trình (thường là bằng đường bộ)
- chặng đường đi, quâng đường đi (trong một thời gian nhất định)
- to go by easy journeys: đi từng chặng đường ngắn
- a three day's journey: chặng đường đi mất ba ngày; cuộc hành trình ba ngày
journeys|journeyed|journeying'dʒɜrnɪ /'dʒɜː-Thesaurus Dictionary
+the act of traveling from one place to another
+undertake a journey or trip
+travel upon or across
Advanced English Dictionary
1 trip, voyage, excursion, tour, travel, outing, expedition, junket, cruise, jaunt, pilgrimage, peregrination, odyssey, trek:
Did your wife accompany you on your journey to Tierra del Fuego?
2 way, passage, passing, transit, transition, progress, course, way, trip, route, career:
On your journey through this life, Whatever be your goal, Keep your eye upon the doughnut, And not upon the hole.
3 travel, tour, voyage, go (abroad or overseas), make or take a trip, make or wend one's way, make a pilgrimage, peregrinate, trek, rove, range, wander, roam, tour, cruise, gad (about), gallivant or galivant or galavant:
He journeyed to the far corners of the earth seeking an answer to life's mysteries.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
an act of travelling from one place to another, especially when they are far apart: They went on a long train journey across India. + Did you have a good journey? + We broke our journey (= stopped for a short time) in Madrid. + (especially BrE) Don't use the car for short journeys. + (especially BrE) It's a day's journey by car. + (especially BrE) I'm afraid you've had a wasted journey (= you cannot do what you have come to do). + (BrE, spoken) Bye! Safe journey! (= used when sb is beginning a journey) + (figurative) The book describes a spiritual journey from despair to happiness.
+ verb [V] [usually +adv./prep.] (formal or literary) to travel, especially a long distance: They journeyed for seven long months.
journey / travel / trip
Journey = an act of travelling from one place to another. In BrE it can be long, or short but regular: to go on a 6 000-mile journey + How long is your journey to work?
Trip = a journey to a place and back, especially for a short visit: to go on a trip to Disneyland + a business trip.
In AmE trip is used instead of journey for a short distance: The trip takes about 45 minutes.
Travel is an uncountable noun that means the general act of travelling: She loves travel. + The price includes air travel.
Travels [pl] means several journeys to other places or countries, especially far away.
To travel puts emphasis on the journey itself: to travel abroad + I usually travel by air.
If you are thinking more about the place you are going to than the journey itself, use to go: I'm going to Italy on Friday. + Do you go to New York often? + I'm travelling to Italy on Friday. + Do you travel to New York often?
See also - EXCURSION, TOUR, VOYAGE
long, marathon | brief, short | outward | homeward, return | onward
The bus driver told us where to change buses for our onward journey.
| bus, car, rail, railway, train, etc. | five-mile, four-hour, etc. | comfortable, easy, good, pleasant, safe
I hope you had a good journey. Have a safe journey.
| arduous, awkward, bad, difficult, gruelling, hard, tedious, terrible, tiring, tortuous | dangerous, hazardous, perilous | overland | cross-country | daily | overnight | epic
an epic journey across Africa on foot
The library was closed when I got there, so it was a wasted journey.
| emotional, sentimental, spiritual
He made the emotional journey back to the house he grew up in.
VERB + JOURNEY
go on, have, make
He wasn't there and we had a wasted journey.
We broke our return journey in San Francisco.
| begin, set out on | continue, resume
They continued their journey on foot.
JOURNEY + VERB
The journey takes about five hours. His journey took him across central Asia.
| begin | end
JOURNEY + NOUN
They were on a journey to the Far East.
| ~ by
a journey by air/bus/land/rail/sea, etc.
| ~ across, ~ between, ~ down
the journey down the Rhine
| ~ from, ~ of
a journey of 300 miles a journey of five days
| ~ through, ~ to
The bus journey from London to Athens took 60 hours.
| ~ up
be tired after/from a journey, a leg/stage of a journey
Dawn was breaking as we set out on the last leg of our journey.
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