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La définition de voyage dans le dictionnaire est déplacement que l'on fait, généralement sur une longue distance, hors de son domicile habituel. Déplacement considéré en fonction de la nécessité que l'on a de se rendre dans un lieu déterminé.


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What is the translation of "voyage" in French?

"voyage" in french, voyage {vb}.

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voyage {noun}

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bon voyage [example]

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maiden voyage {noun}

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"voyage" in English

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Voyage [ voyaged|voyaged ] {verb}.

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voyage {masculine}

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Synonyms (English) for "voyage":

Synonyms (french) for "voyage":.

  • vadrouiller
  • reconnaître
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  • vox angelica
  • voyage of discovery
  • voyage of exploration
  • voyage of self-discovery
  • voyeuristic

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voyage ( English)

Origin & history, pronunciation.

  • IPA: /ˈvɔɪ.ɪdʒ/
  • A long journey , especially by ship.
  • J. Fletcher I love a sea voyage and a blustering tempest.
  • Shakespeare All the voyage of their life / Is bound in shallows and in miseries.
  • ( obsolete ) The act or practice of travelling.
  • Francis Bacon Nations have interknowledge of one another by voyage into foreign parts, or strangers that come to them.
  • exploration

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▾  derived words & phrases.

  • maiden voyage

voyage ( French)

  • IPA: /vwa.jaʒ/
  • ( Louisiana ) IPA: [vo.jaʒ], [(v)wɒ.jaʒ]
  • Homophone: voyages
  • Hyphenation: voi | iage
  • Rhymes: -ɑʒ
  • trip , travel
  • Inflection of voyager ( first-person singular present indicative )
  • Inflection of voyager ( third-person singular present indicative )
  • Inflection of voyager ( first-person singular present subjunctive )
  • Inflection of voyager ( third-person singular present subjunctive )
  • Inflection of voyager ( second-person singular imperative )

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Danish shipping company Norden says it has completed the first voyage by an ocean-going vessel powered purely by biofuel made from used cooking oil. BBC News, 30 November 2018

Two B.C. kayakers are set to depart for a month-long voyage retracing the passage Spanish explorers took in the late 1700s. Vancouver Sun, 7 June 2019

On May 2 1969, thousands of well-wishers gathered in Southampton to watch the Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) set sail on her maiden voyage to New York., 9 May 2019

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Antonio de la Rosa, 50, of Madrid, Spain, spent 76 days 5 hours and 22 minutes at sea during a near 3,000 mile voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu. Mail Online, 28 August 2019

A 71-year-old Frenchman has begun a sea voyage from the Canary Islands in a bid to reach the Caribbean — in a barrel. But it's a barrel with a difference. Deutsche Welle, 26 December 2018

Garry Crothers, 64, is getting used to dry land in Derry this weekend after completing a remarkable 4,000 mile voyage across the Atlantic. RTE, 5 July 2020

A one-armed sailor has enjoyed his first full night of sleep in days after an epic solo voyage across the Atlantic., 6 July 2020

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa's search for a girlfriend to join him on a voyage around the moon will be the subject of a new documentary program, in the latest attention-grabbing stunt by the entrepreneur. CBC, 12 January 2020

The sea voyage that changed Peter Padfield’s life more than six decades ago started with an act of chance. The Washington Times, 14 September 2020

P&O Cruises latest vessel, Iona, has embarked on her maiden voyage . The ship is visiting her Scottish namesake island, with a fireworks display as the highlight of celebrations. Breaking Travel News, 10 August 2021

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Synonymes de voyage en français

  • déplacement
  • trajectoire
  • circulation
  • cheminement
  • embarquement
  • déclenchement

Votre voyage se poursuit sur une autre compagnie aérienne.

Sinon, vous pourriez payer un voyage à la Piazza Fontanella Borghese.


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From Middle English viage , borrowed from Anglo-Norman viage and Old French voiage , from Latin viaticum . The modern spelling is under the influence of Modern French voyage . Doublet of viaticum .


  • IPA ( key ) : /ˈvɔɪ.ɪd͡ʒ/

voyage ( plural voyages )

  • 1599 (first performance), William Shakespeare, “ The Tragedie of Iulius Cæsar ”, in Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies   [ … ] ( First Folio ), London: [ … ] Isaac Iaggard , and Ed [ ward ] Blount , published 1623 , →OCLC , [ Act IV, scene iii ] , page 126 , column 1: There is a Tide in the affayres of men, / Which taken at the Flood, leades on to Fortune: / Omitted, all the voyage of their life, / Is bound in Shallowes, and in Miſeries.
  • 1621 (first performance), John Fletcher , “ The Wild-Goose Chase; a Comedy ”, in Fifty Comedies and Tragedies.   [ … ] , [ part 1 ] , London: [ … ] J [ ohn ] Macock [ and H. Hills ] , for John Martyn , Henry Herringman , and Richard Marriot , published 1679 , →OCLC , Act V, scene vi, page 467 , column 2: I love a Sea voyage and a bluſtring tempeſt; [...]
  • 1880 , Richard Francis Burton , Os Lusíadas , volume I, page 23 : "And as their valour, so you trow, defied on aspe'rous voyage cruel harm and sore, so many changing skies their manhood tried, such climes where storm-winds blow and billows roar[.]"
  • 1690 , “ The Preface to the Reader ”, in A Full and True Relation of the Great and Wonderful Revolution That Hapned Lately in the Kingdom of Siam in the East-Indies , London: Randal Taylor, page v: I cannot learn what his Name was, unleſs by the Inſcription of the Letters he ſent to the Pope, and to the French King in the Year 1688, mentioned in the ſecond Voyage of Father Tachard [ … ]
  • 1690 , “ A Relation of the Late Great Revolution in Siam, and the Driving Out of the French ”, in A Full and True Relation of the Great and Wonderful Revolution That Hapned Lately in the Kingdom of Siam in the East-Indies , London: Randal Taylor, page 1: By the various Relations, Embaſſies and Voyages of Siam that have been publiſht within theſe laſt Four Years [ … ]
  • 1631 , Francis [Bacon] , “ New Atlantis. A Worke Vnfinished. ”, in Sylua Syluarum: Or A Naturall Historie. In Ten Centuries.   [ … ] , 3rd edition, London: [ … ] William Rawley ; [ p ] rinted by J [ ohn ] H [ aviland ] for William Lee   [ … ] , page 12 , →OCLC : [...] [A]ll Nations haue Enterknowledge one of another, either by Voyage into Forreine Parts, or by Strangers that come to them: [...]
  • exploration

Derived terms

  • maiden voyage
  • nom de voyage
  • not wanted on voyage
  • voyage data recorder
  • voyage of the damned

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voyage ( third-person singular simple present voyages , present participle voyaging , simple past and past participle voyaged )

  • 1850 , William Wordsworth , The Prelude : A mind forever voyaging through strange seas of thought alone.
  • 1870 , Walt Whitman, “Passage to India”, in Leaves of Grass   [ … ] , Philadelphia, Pa.: David McKay, publisher ,   [ … ] , published 1892 , →OCLC , stanza 9, page 322 : O soul, voyagest thou indeed on voyages like those? / Disportest thou on waters such as those?


† Archaic or obsolete .

Inherited from Old French voiage , viage , veiage , from Latin viāticum . Doublet of viatique .

  • IPA ( key ) : /vwa.jaʒ/
  • ( Louisiana ) IPA ( key ) : [vo.jaʒ] , [(v)wɒ.jaʒ]
  • Homophones : voyagent , voyages
  • Hyphenation: vo‧yage
  • Rhymes: -ɑʒ

voyage   m ( plural voyages )

  • trip , travel
  • first / third-person singular present indicative / subjunctive
  • second-person singular imperative
  • agence de voyages
  • gens de voyage
  • récit de voyage
  • voyage d’affaires
  • voyage dans le temps
  • voyage de noces

Further reading

  • “ voyage ”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [ Digitized Treasury of the French Language ] , 2012 .

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  1. English Translation of "VOYAGE"

    English Translation of "VOYAGE" | The official Collins French-English Dictionary online. Over 100,000 English translations of French words and phrases.

  2. voyage

    French (have a good journey) bon voyage interj. Andrew wished us "bon voyage" before we went aboard the boat. Andrew nous a souhaité "bon voyage" avant d'embarquer sur le bateau. maiden voyage n. (ship: first journey) voyage inaugural nm. The Titanic sank on its maiden voyage.


    VOYAGE translate: voyage [masculine], traversée, voyager (par mer). Learn more in the Cambridge English-French Dictionary.


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  5. voyage translation in English

    nm. (=périple) journey, trip. partir en voyage to go off on a journey, to go off on a trip. être en voyage to be on a journey, to be on a trip. faire un voyage to go on a journey, to go on a trip. faire bon voyage to have a good journey.

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    What's the French word for voyage? Here's a list of translations. French Translation. voyage. More French words for voyage. le voyage noun. travel, trip, journey, tour, touring. la traversée noun.


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    French: voyage‎ (masc.) ... Synonyms act of travelling: journey, passage, tour, trip, voyage activity or traffic along a route or through a given point: traffic working motion of a piece of machinery: stroke ...

  12. voyager

    Principales traductions. Anglais. Français. voyager n. (traveller, explorer) voyageur, voyageuse nm, nf. A lot of the great medieval voyagers were Portuguese. Beaucoup des grands voyageurs du Moyen Âge étaient portugais.

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    1.1) an act of traveling by water-un acte de voyage par eau\n 1.2) a journey to some distant place-un voyage dans un endroit éloigné\n 2.1) travel on water propelled by wind or by other means-voyager sur l ... We apply machine translation technology and Artificial intelligence for a free French English translator. ... synonym: voyage ...

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    The group went on a voyage to a faraway land. Le groupe est parti en voyage vers une terre lointaine. voyage n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (journey by sea) voyage nm nom masculin: s'utilise avec les articles "le", "l'" (devant une voyelle ou un h muet), "un". Ex : garçon - nm > On dira "le garçon" ou "un garçon".

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    voyage (plural voyages) A long journey, especially by ship . ( archaic) A written account of a journey or travel . ( obsolete) The act or practice of travelling .

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