Slogans and Abbreviations

What is another word for a safe trip?

Another word for “safe trip” is “Safe Travels!”. This phrase is used to pray for a person going on a journey.

Is it correct to say have a safe trip?

When you want to wish someone to have a journey that is completed without a problem you can say “Safe Travels”. Safe travel is ok but not commonly used.

What is the meaning of safe journey?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English safe journey/arrival/return etca journey etc when someone or something is not harmed or lost His family celebrated his safe return home. safe journey British English (=said to someone when they start a long journey) Dad rang to wish me a safe journey.

What kind of sentence is a safe journey?

Imperative sentence. (4) Have a safe journey .

What is a small trip called?

Excursion: a short trip taken for pleasure; also can mean a deviation from a planned or expected course; see also expedition.

What's another word for an epic journey?

Ever since Homer's epic poem The Odyssey told the story of warrior Odysseus' ten-year journey home from Troy, odyssey has meant any epic journey. As with the word journey, odyssey has both a literal meaning and a figurative one.

What does a great journey ahead mean?

हम आपको एक महान यात्रा आगे की कामना करते हैं!

What is the word for long journey?

voyage. noun. a long journey, especially by boat or into space.

What is the synonym of started a journey?

sail. verb. to begin a journey by boat or ship.

Is voyage a synonym of journey?

In this page you can discover 22 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for voyage, like: journey, expedition, travel, trip, excursion, crossing, cruise, safari, undertaking, tour and jaunt.

How can you describe a journey?

journey, trip, and tour mean travel from one place to another. journey usually means traveling a long distance and often in dangerous or difficult circumstances. They made the long journey across the desert. trip can be used when the traveling is brief, swift, or ordinary.