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1    a journey, travel, or passage, esp. one to a distant land or by sea or air  
2    Obsolete   an ambitious project  
3    to travel over or traverse (something)  
we will voyage to Africa     
     (C13: from Old French veiage, from Latin viaticum provision for travelling, from viaticus concerning a journey, from via a way)  
  voyager      n  

bon voyage     (French)  
      sentence substitute   a phrase used to wish a traveller a pleasant journey  
     (French, literally: good journey)  
maiden voyage  
      n     (Nautical)   the first voyage of a vessel  
voyage charter  
      n   the hire of a ship or aircraft for a specified number of voyages  
   Compare       time charter  
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      n   crossing, cruise, journey, passage, travels, trip  

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dans un voyage, le plus long est de franchir le seuil
l'homme qui a beaucoup voyagé s'en vient mourir au lieu qui l'a vu naître
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