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safari (səˈfɑːrɪ Pronunciation for safari

Definitions

noun

(plural) -ris
  1. an overland journey or hunting expedition, esp in Africa
  2. any recreational journey or expedition
  3. the people, animals, etc, that go on the expedition

Word Origin

C19: from Swahili: journey, from Arabic safarīya, from safara to travel

Translations for 'safari'

  • British English: safariPronunciation for safari A safari is an expedition for hunting or observing wild animals, especially in East Africa.Most visitors arrive at the park the night before their safari.səˈfɑːrɪ NOUN
  • Arabic: رِحْلَةٌ سفاريPronunciation for رِحْلَةٌ سفاري
  • Brazilian Portuguese: safáriPronunciation for safári
  • Chinese: 狩猎远征Pronunciation for 狩猎远征
  • Croatian: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Czech: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Danish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Dutch: safariPronunciation for safari
  • European Spanish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Finnish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • French: safariPronunciation for safari
  • German: SafariPronunciation for Safari Safaris
  • Greek: σαφάριPronunciation for σαφάρι
  • Italian: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Japanese: サファリPronunciation for サファリ
  • Korean: 사파리Pronunciation for 사파리
  • Norwegian: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Polish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Portuguese: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Romanian: safari safariuri
  • Russian: сафариPronunciation for сафари
  • Spanish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Swedish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Thai: การเดินทางเพื่อล่าสัตว์และท่องเที่ยวPronunciation for การเดินทางเพื่อล่าสัตว์และท่องเที่ยว
  • Turkish: safariPronunciation for safari
  • Ukrainian: сафарі
  • Vietnamese: cuộc đi sănPronunciation for cuộc đi săn

Example Sentences Including 'safari'

Anyone who can get a whooping round of applause each time he reappears in an increasingly nasty safari suit clearly has the audience onside.
Independent (1999)
But no, it's like that Noah's Ark, and your safari lodge -- you just like to have them.
Davis, John Gordon Seize the Reckless Wind
Good Life goes on a northern safari with its tastes of far north Queensland, in The Courier-Mail on Tuesday
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
I catch snatches of loud conversations between portly, middle-aged men in safari suits.
Business Today (2001)
I have tried it in zoos and safari parks around the world with very pleasing results.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
My wife's been nagging for years to go on one of those African safari things.
Daisy Waugh TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
Or you could sell the farm, and the safari lodge, and the boat.
Davis, John Gordon Seize the Reckless Wind
To Nellie's chagrin the gunbearers walked the whole safari barefoot, with their boots hung on a piece of string round their necks.
C.S. Nicholls ELSPETH HUXLEY: A BIOGRAPHY (2002)

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