Antonyms for navigate
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : nav-i-geyt|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈnæv ɪˌgeɪt|
Definition of navigateOrigin :
- 1580s, a back-formation from navigation, or else from Latin navigatus, past participle of navigare. Extended to balloons (1784) and later to aircraft (1901). Related: Navigated; navigating.
- verb guide along route, often over water
- I ain't so much of a wreck yet but that I can navigate Boston without a pilot.
- Extract from : « Mary-'Gusta » by Joseph C. Lincoln
- It was a misty, black night, and Trumet sidewalks were uneven and hard to navigate.
- Extract from : « Keziah Coffin » by Joseph C. Lincoln
- Will you pledge me your honour, if I release you upon parole, that you will navigate us thither?
- Extract from : « Captain Blood » by Rafael Sabatini
- These are difficult seas to navigate, though they may not seem so.
- Extract from : « Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May, 1930 » by Various
- But how are you going to navigate this craft home with three men?
- Extract from : « The Frozen Pirate » by W. Clark Russell
- We tried to build rafts, but we were too weak to navigate them.
- Extract from : « The Trail of '98 » by Robert W. Service
- He could navigate his vessel along the coast almost blindfold.
- Extract from : « The Shellback's Progress » by Walter Runciman
- We had lost our boathook, and had nothing whatever to navigate our craft with.
- Extract from : « Tom, Dick and Harry » by Talbot Baines Reed
- Do you think it's safe for us to try to navigate that shaft in the dark?
- Extract from : « The Call of the Beaver Patrol » by V. T. Sherman
- Taggi had been knocked out, but now he was able to navigate again.
- Extract from : « Storm Over Warlock » by Andre Norton
Synonyms for navigate
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