Word: cruise

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Synonyms: cruise

boat trip, sea trip, voyage, journey, sail

Translations: cruise

spanish
crucero


german
kreuzfahrt, seereise

french
croiser, croisière

italian
crociera

portuguese
cruzeiro

dutch
kruisen

russian
крейсерство, путешествие, круиз, плавание, поход, ...

norwegian
cruiset

swedish
kryssning, kryssnings, kryssningen, kryssningsfartyg

finnish
risteillä

danish
krydstogt, krydstogtskibe, sejltur

czech
křižování

polish
krążownik, krążyć, rejs

hungarian
hajókázás, Sebességtartó, körutazás, tengerjáró

turkish
seyir, yolcu, yolculuk, kruvaziyer

greek
κρουαζιέρα

ukrainian
круїз, плавання

albanian
dalje në det, lundrim, lundrimit, e lundrimit, udhëtimi

bulgarian
круиз, на скоростта, скоростта, круизен, ограничител на скоростта

belarusian
круіз

estonian
ristlemine, kruiis

croatian
bočica

icelandic
skemmtiferðaskip, Cruise, skemmtiskipahöfn, siglingu, að skemmtiskipahöfn

lithuanian
žygis

latvian
kruīza, kruīzs, Cruise, kruīzu, Krūzs

macedonian
крстарење, Круз, крстосувачки, на крстарење

romanian
croazieră, de croazieră, croaziera, de croaziera

slovenian
križarjenje, tempomat, hitrosti, potniška

slovak
plavba

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The meaning and "use of": cruise

noun
  • a voyage on a ship or boat taken for pleasure or as a vacation and usually calling in at several places.

verb
  • sail about in an area without a precise destination, especially for pleasure.
  • (of a motor vehicle or aircraft) travel smoothly at a moderate or economical speed.
  • (of a young child) walk while holding onto furniture or other structures, prior to learning to walk without support.

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