Definition of 'cruise'
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This is where each cruise line tries to come up with something special. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It now holds the record for highest viewing deck on a cruise ship. The Sun (2016)Put on enough eye make-up to sink a cruise liner and floss. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On a cruise holiday you're free to do as much or as little as you like. The Sun (2017)The cruise line has also announced a new collection of onboard experiences for its 2017 cruises. The Sun (2016)I looked at the four young men whose education had set their careers on cruise control for life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But still I find myself twice looking at the notice board for the next cruise. The Sun (2016)But it was also the scene of her finest hour when she cruised to victory in the Champion Hurdle last season. The Sun (2017)Two cars cruised slowly down the road. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The few cruise ships that visit bring little economic benefit to the island. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Will they have the surge capacity if a cruise liner turns over? Times, Sunday Times (2013)So which should you go for on your next cruise? Times, Sunday Times (2015)We are not keen on a long sea cruise. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The whole thing feels more pleasure cruise than extreme science. Times, Sunday Times (2008)All the cruise lines put them on their websites. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It may be the first of many holiday cruises to suffer from the credit crunch. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He has a high cruising speed and he has got that kick you need at the finish. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And now they can cruise around in cars causing trouble. The Sun (2008)This bunch are battling it out to become the headline act on a luxury cruise liner. The Sun (2011)Times+ members can claim a free deck upgrade on these two cruise ships. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sounds like he's in cruise control. The Sun (2011)Although billed as a foodie cruise, this trip leaves you very much to your own devices. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Royal is more luxury yacht than cruise ship. The Sun (2014)The way she cruised round on her debut at Plumpton showed she has a touch of class. The Sun (2012)You might know Malta as the place your olds visited on a cruise once. The Sun (2011)He has announced plans to cruise to Antarctica next year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Team up with another family, go yacht cruising. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The boat cruised around a likely patch of ocean off a coral island, looking for a school. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I like to use my cruise control. Christianity Today (2000)Wolves may have cruised to victory but they needed a controversial penalty on 18 minutes to open the scoring. The Sun (2015)But that did not stop their manager from screaming at his players as they cruised to victory over the Hammers. The Sun (2015)It has added an extra ship to meet demand for cruise trips and increased its presence at regional airports in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'cruise'
British English: cruise /kruːz/ NOUN
A cruise is a holiday spent on a ship or boat which visits a number of places.
He and his wife are planning to go on a world cruise.
- American English: cruise
- Arabic: رِحْلَة بَحْرِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cruzeiro
- Chinese: 航游
- Croatian: krstarenje
- Czech: výletní plavba
- Danish: krydstogt
- Dutch: cruise
- European Spanish: crucero
- Finnish: risteily
- French: croisière
- German: Kreuzfahrt
- Greek: κρουαζιέρα
- Italian: crociera
- Japanese: 巡航
- Korean: 만유
- Norwegian: cruise
- Polish: wycieczka morska
- European Portuguese: cruzeiro
- Romanian: croazieră
- Russian: круиз
- Spanish: crucero
- Swedish: kryssning
- Thai: การล่องเรือ
- Turkish: gemi gezisi
- Ukrainian: круїз
- Vietnamese: cuộc đi chơi biển bằng tàu thủy
British English: cruise VERB
If you cruise a sea, river, or canal, you travel around it or along it on a cruise.
She wants to cruise the canals in a barge.
He was also the second person to cruise around the world.
Definition of cruise from the Collins English Dictionary
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