Translation of circumnavigation in Spanish:


circunnavegación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsərkəmˌnævɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/ /səːkəmnavɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/


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    circunnavegación feminine
    • The game design is such that there are no open spaces that allow for effortless circumnavigation of foes.
    • The streets are spared from heavy through traffic by the squares, which provide monuments on axis that require slow-speed circumnavigation.
    • Another version of the physical challenge is chair circumnavigation, which is even more painful.
    • This part includes circumnavigation of obstacles by robots.
    • There is contingency fuel on board for unforeseen changes, such as circumnavigation of bad weather or stronger headwinds.
    • He's led more than 30 expeditions, including the first polar circumnavigation of the earth.
    • In the Egyptian scheme of things, a boat carrying the sun made a daily circumnavigation.
    • This is the latest leg in his third circumnavigation of the globe in 14 years.
    • I remember watching the video diary of her lone circumnavigation around the world.
    • No doubt he will make a few new friends starting next summer on his 30-month circumnavigation of the Arctic Circle.
    • The decisive event in Elizabethan western expansion was Drake's circumnavigation voyage of 1577-1580.
    • The ship conducted a counterclockwise circumnavigation of mainland Australia, with a slight detour to Christmas Island.
    • The <i>Beagle</i>'s circumnavigation of the globe lasted five years, from 1831 to 1836.
    • He achieved his circumnavigation without any electronic aids or the assistance of modern satellite communication technology.
    • A nonstop circumnavigation is a huge test for any skipper.
    • How implicated is the traditional doctrine of inspiration with the circumnavigation of authority?
    • Against this circumnavigation of every thought by other, rugged little thoughts, is set the grim forward march of Ahab's will.
    • One has the distinct sense of their returning to the home port after a long and uncomfortable circumnavigation of the idea of being "human."
    • They will attempt every circumnavigation of the truth rather than state a barefaced lie.
    • I need that drink to aid in the circumnavigation of uncomfortable questions.