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Adjective: traveled  tra-vuld
Usage: US (elsewhere: travelled)
  1. Traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
    - travelled [Brit, Cdn]
  2. Familiar with many parts of the world
    "a traveled, educated man"; "well-traveled people";
    - travelled [Brit, Cdn]
Verb: travel (travelled,travelling, or [US] traveled,traveling)  tra-vul
  1. Change location; proceed; also used metaphorically
    "How fast does your new car travel?";
    - go, move, locomote
  2. Undertake a journey or trip
    - journey
  3. Make a trip for pleasure
    - trip, jaunt
  4. Move upon or across
    "travel the oceans";
    - journey
  5. Undergo transportation as in a vehicle
  6. Travel from place to place, as for the purpose of finding work, preaching, or acting as a judge
    - move around

See also: abscond, advance, continue, cosmopolitan, go along, go down, go out, go up, heavily traveled [US], heavily travelled [Brit, Cdn], spread, uprise

Antonym: untravelled [Brit, Cdn]

Encyclopedia: Traveled