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travel

[ME. travailen, to travail, to journey]
1. To move from place to place, e.g., from one country to another.
2. The act of moving among different places or countries. Travel to some locations presents health risks, such as deep venous thrombosis, diarrhea, geographically specific infections (e.g., malaria), injury, insomnia, rashes, colds, and influenza.
References in classic literature ?
Oh, go with me,' said the master; 'if we six are together, we shall easily travel through the wide world.
There was once upon a time a man who understood all sorts of arts; he served in the war, and bore himself bravely and well; but when the war was over, he got his discharge, and set out on his travels with three farthings of his pay in his pocket.
Travel agents, faced with dwindling commission rates on ticket sales and declining use of their services, have turned to selling travel insurance to make a profit.
One trend, recently discussed at the 22nd Annual Caribbean Tourism Conference held in Jamaica in September 1998, is to design travel programs to appeal to the diverse African-American Market.