- n. 航行；航程；旅行记
- vi. 航行；航海
- vt. 飞过；渡过
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- voyage:  Voyage goes back ultimately to Latin via ‘way’ (source also of the English preposition via ). From it was derived viāticum, which originally meant ‘provisions for a journey’, but in post-classical times was used for simply ‘journey’. English acquired it via Old French veiyage and Anglo-Norman voiage.
- voyage (n.)
- c. 1300, from Old French voiage "travel, journey, movement, course, errand, mission, crusade" (12c., Modern French voyage), from Late Latin viaticum "a journey" (in classical Latin "provisions for a journey"), noun use of neuter of viaticus "of or for a journey," from via "road, journey, travel" (see via).
- voyage (v.)
- late 15c., from Old French voyager, from voiage (see voyage (n.)). Related: Voyaged; voyaging.
- 1. The comparison of her life to a sea voyage simplifies her experience.
- 2. We set out on this voyage of exploration with an open mind.
- 3. "Now give me some account of your voyage." — "Very good, sir."
- 4. They died of thirst on the voyage.
- 5. Goodbye! Bon voyage!
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