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1 Translation result for navigate in Spanish


navigate verb

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navigated, has navigated, is navigating, navigates
gobernar (un barco), pilotar (un avión); navegar; navegar por (un río, etc.)
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The verb 'to navigate' originally meant 'finding one's way in the sea', but it has since acquired a more general meaning.

Example sentences of
navigate verb

  • For thousands of years, sailors navigated by the stars.
  • How about if you drive and I navigate?
  • I'd need a map to navigate the city.
  • Only flat-bottomed boats can safely navigate the canal.
  • He has learned to navigate in rough waters.
  • The downtown area is easily navigated on foot.
  • She has trouble navigating the stairs with her crutches.
  • It took us 10 minutes to navigate through the parking lot to the exit.
  • The captain navigated the ship.
  • He has had experience navigating airplanes through storms.

Synonyms of
navigate verb

Reverse translation for navigate

gobernar  (un barco) - to govern, to govern, to rule, to steer, to steer, to sail (a ship) 
pilotar  (un avión) - to pilot, to drive 
navegar  - to navigate, to sail 
navegar por  (un río, etc.)
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