Synonyms for navigator

Grammar : Noun
Spell : nav-i-gey-ter
Phonetic Transcription : ˈnæv ɪˌgeɪ tər

Définition of navigator

Origin :
  • 1580s, "one who navigates," from Latin navigator "sailor," agent noun from navigat-, stem of navigare (see navigation). Meaning "laborer employed in excavating a canal" is 1775, from sense in inland navigation "communication by canals and rivers" (1727).
  • noun course plotter
Example sentences :
  • Neither am I a navigator or a pilot, although I can fly in an emergency.
  • Extract from : « The Issahar Artifacts » by Jesse Franklin Bone
  • He could have smashed Norris to a pulp, and none knew it better than the Navigator.
  • Extract from : « The Long Voyage » by Carl Richard Jacobi
  • In his Fort, Allison drawled over the intercom, "Pilot to navigator."
  • Extract from : « A Yankee Flier Over Berlin » by Al Avery
  • The rules are complex and variable, but they are still rules that a navigator can follow.
  • Extract from : « The Repairman » by Harry Harrison
  • The navigator and one sailor are also Japanese, born in Hawaii but American citizens.
  • Extract from : « Secret Armies » by John L. Spivak
  • The island was discovered by the Portuguese navigator, Mascarenhas in 1505.
  • Extract from : « The Journal of Negro History, Volume 6, 1921 » by Various
  • It requires various branches of knowledge to make a navigator.
  • Extract from : « Stories of Comedy » by Various
  • On three trips, one of the men that went back as navigator was a Nansalian.
  • Extract from : « Islands of Space » by John W Campbell
  • All the art of the navigator must be charged with this duty.
  • Extract from : « The Lady and the Pirate » by Emerson Hough
  • There is one sound in thick weather that tells a navigator much.
  • Extract from : « Blow The Man Down » by Holman Day

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