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journey /ˈdʒɜːni $ -ɜːr-/ noun [countable]
journey verb [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]

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- trip, excursion, expedition, odyssey, pilgrimage, tour, trek, voyage
- travel, go, proceed, roam, rove, tour, traverse, trek, voyage, wander
Related Words: excursion, jaunt, junket, sally, tour, cruise, voyage, pilgrimage, progress, safari
English Thesaurus: journey, trip, tour, excursion, expedition, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. journey1 S3 W2 /ˈdʒɜːni $ -ɜːr-/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French; Origin: journee 'day's journey', from jour 'day', from Latin diurnus; journal]

1. especially British English an occasion when you travel from one place to another, especially over a long distance Synonym : trip American English
journey to/from/between
my journey to China
journey through/across etc
a journey across Europe
the friends they made on the journey

2. literary a long and often difficult process by which someone or something changes and develops:
our journey through life
The novel is an account of his spiritual journey.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. journey2 verb [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
literary to travel:
They left the town and journeyed south.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. 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
wasted 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.
break We broke our return journey in San Francisco.
begin, set out on | continue, resume They continued their journey on foot.
JOURNEY + VERB take (sb) The journey takes about five hours. His journey took him across central Asia.
begin | end
PREP. on ~ 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
PHRASES 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.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


make a journey
I still use my car, but now I make fewer journeys.
go on a journey (=make a long journey)
We are going on a journey to a strange country.
begin/start a journey
He began the journey home across London.
set off on a journey (also embark on a journey formal) (=start a long journey)
Before setting off on a journey, look at maps and guidebooks.
break your journey (=make a short stop on a journey)
We broke our journey to have a picnic.
continue your journey
We stopped for breakfast, then continued our journey.
a car/plane/bus etc journey
the six-hour train journey to London
a long journey
They arrived tired from their long journey.
a difficult journey
It was a difficult journey, especially in the winter months.
a safe journey (=used especially to wish someone a good journey)
Have a safe journey.
an epic journey (=a very long and eventful journey)
Lewis and Clark made their epic journey across the continental United States in the early 1800s.
a wasted journey (=one that did not achieve the result you wanted)
To avoid a wasted journey, ring first to check that the event is still on.
a dangerous/hazardous/perilous journey
They set off on the dangerous journey down the river.
an arduous journey (=to a place that is difficult to reach)
the arduous journey to the North Pole
the outward journey (=the journey to a place)
The outward journey seemed long and slow.
the return journey (=the journey back from a place)
The return journey was uneventful.
the homeward journey (=the journey back home)
In the car on their homeward journey, they discussed the wedding.
a leg/stage of a journey (=one part of a journey)
We set off on the final leg of our journey.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: I've arranged a journey to Malta from April 15th to May 2nd.
GOOD: I've arranged a trip to Malta from April 15th to May 2nd.
BAD: I booked a journey to Brighton for two weeks.
GOOD: I booked a trip to Brighton for two weeks.

Usage Note:
Journey When you travel to a place that is far away or to a place that you visit regularly, you go on/make a journey (NOT do/have ): ‘You can’t go on a journey to Alaska without making careful preparations.’ ‘The journey to work takes about half an hour by train.’ ‘If the roads are flooded, we’ll have to make the journey by boat.’
Trip When you go to a place and come back again, especially for a short visit, you go on/make/take a trip : ‘How was your trip to San Francisco?’ ‘She’s away on a business trip and won’t be back until Monday.’
Travel (uncountable) is the general activity of moving about the world or from place to place. ‘She enjoys foreign travel immensely.’ ‘New computer technology has made air travel considerably safer.’ A word with a similar meaning is travelling . This –ing form is often used after verbs and prepositions: ‘I hate travelling on my own.’ ‘The job involves a certain amount of travelling. (NOT ‘of travel’)
In compounds nouns, travel is used: ‘foreign travel’, ‘air travel’ (NOT ‘air travelling’).
Travels Someone’s travels (plural) are the journeys they make (and the experiences they have) during a long visit to one or more foreign countries: ‘I accompanied the South African team throughout their travels in Australia and New Zealand.’ ‘We filmed a lot of wild animals on our travels.’
A voyage is a long journey in a boat or ship: ‘Heavy seas and strong winds made the voyage from Europe very unpleasant.’
A tour is a journey that you make for pleasure during which you visit a number of different places within a country, region etc: ‘For our next holiday we’re going on a ten-day tour of the Lake District.’ Politicians and entertainers sometimes go on a tour as part of their work, making a planned series of visits in order to meet people or perform: ‘The Prime Minister will be returning on Monday from a three-week tour of Southeast Asia.’
A tour is also a short trip around a city, factory, museum etc: ‘After lunch we were taken on a guided tour of York Minster.’

BAD: Then we'll rent a car and have a journey through Scotland.
GOOD: Then we'll rent a car and go on a tour of Scotland.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

BAD: It wasn't the first journey he had done to Paris.
GOOD: It wasn't the first journey he had made to Paris.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

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