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I wish I didn’t have to travel so much.
Matt spends much of his time travelling abroad.
He is very well-travelled (=he has travelled a lot).
Joe recently travelled to Australia on business.
We’ll be spending two weeks travelling around Spain.
Ben’s dream is to travel the world.
Did you have to travel far to get here?
I usually travel by bus.
The refugees had travelled on foot across the mountains.
The news travelled quickly.
Rumours travel fast.
The car was travelling at about 80 miles per hour.
Sound travels more slowly than light.
This is the British English definition of travel. View American English definition of travel.
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